Coconut Brassieres Optional

Meredith, Robyn
May 2009
Forbes Asia;5/11/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p70
The article discusses the dresses worn by business people at the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament 2009. Business people turned up in different attires like colorful wigs, capes and drags. The event is reportedly a ritual for expatriates working in Asia. Paul Calello, chief executive officer (CEO) of Credit Suisse Group AG, is quoted as saying that the event has become a kind of a reunion for many business people.


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