I spent my post-college years hopping around Asia, first from Tokyo and then from Hong Kong. Tokyo is amazing because it is endless, weird, and packed with seriously fun stationery. Hong Kong is amazing because it is a genuinely global city, income taxes are only 15%, and you can buy beer at 7-11 for $3.
Eventually, I moved back to America to become more educated, spend more time with my family, and "get" television shows. So I got my MBA two years ago, allowing me to take on the official role of check-splitter at group dinners.