Live happier by moving to Singapore

Singapore is one of the happiest places in the world, argues Dan Buettner at the CLSA Investor Forum in Hong Kong.

How to live longer and happier was the theme of one of the luncheon sessions at CLSA’s annual investor forum last week. And the investors in attendance were all ears.

Sharing his findings was writer Dan Buettner whose second book Thrive Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way describes the regions in the world where people are happiest. Science has established, explained Buettner, that where we live is the largest input into how happy we are. The book is backed by the National Geographic and will be released in November.

“Let’s look at John who is happy,” said Buettner. “Let’s look at another person who is not happy let’s call him an analyst,”...

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