The land of clocks and chocolates is the world's happiest country, according to a new survey.
Switzerland topped the third annual World Happiness index produced by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), an initiative under the United Nations.
It was closely followed by Iceland, Denmark, Norway and Canada.
Kaisa Group has become the first Chinese property developer to default on its overseas debt, which is estimated to be about $2.5bn (£1.7bn).
The Shenzhen-based company said it missed two interest payments, raising concerns that more of its creditors could demand their money back.
Kaisa has borrowed billions in order to pay for large land purchases in China.
But the firm ran into trouble after the government froze some of its projects as part of a local corruption probe.
When it came to their retirement, the couple planned to settle in one of Mexico’s expat enclaves, where Johnson could eat the food she enjoyed, while her husband could hit the water and spend his days fishing.
Then in 1997, the couple took a detour to Panama, where they found themselves looking out over an untouched, one-acre strip of sandy beach for sale in the Bocas del Toro, an attractive archipelago of islands in the Caribbean.
Homebuyers in Dubai can choose from an apartment block with interiors encrusted in shiny crystals or multimillion-dollar villas on a man-made island. Is investing in these desert dwellings like playing on quicksand or has the city-state learnt the lessons of its 2008 property crash when it nearly went bust?