What is not the the article: Dubai's property prices are surging, because of money supply growth. The M2 money supply aggregate has risen 22 percent year-on-year.
China has experienced monetary boom, too. In January 2014, credit volume grew by 17.5 percent year on year. The mainland China's boom apparently hit Taiwan as well.
Looking at the end of the table, Greece has got cheaper recently. So did Croatia, which hasn't celebrated its entrance to the EU with superb economic figures. Last, but not least: Ukraine anyone? People's Republic of Odessa is not included in the table yet, as it was promulgated only this morning.