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KUALA LUMPUR: The government should establish new types of agreements to attract Chinese investments into Malaysia, says the Patron of the World Chinese Economic Forum, Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew.
HONG KONG: Radiohead has taken a tentative step into censored Chinese cyberspace, even though the British rock band has been critical of China's human rights record.
BATU PAHAT: The Batu Pahat Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BPCCC) wants Johor to be more proactive and aggressive in attracting investments from China.
HONG KONG: On the seventh floor of a luxury hotel in the heart of Hong Kong, a Chinese couple listens carefully as an agent takes them on a virtual tour of an upmarket property development for sale not in the former British colony, but in London.
OVERSEAS Chinese residing in France are experiencing another wave of business expansion similar to the migration out of China during the early 20th century, except that this time, they are expanding and are doing so with style, unlike the hardship and difficulty that the early migrants had to go through.
THE overseas Chinese had the early advantage in getting into the new growth areas of information technology (IT), biotechnology and nano-technology due to their common characteristics, said Professor Charles K. Kao, chairman and CEO of Hong Kong's ITX Services Ltd.
TAIPEI (AP) - Taiwan's giant electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. appears to have a big advantage in the China market - its principals all speak Chinese and have an intuitive sense for the country's often bewildering business culture.
Multi-million US dollar prices for contemporary Chinese art by superstar artists like Zhang Xiaogang,Yue Minjun and Zeng Fanzhi are unlikely to crash but emerging artists may find their works tougher to command higher prices.
SHANGHAI, China (AP): An anti-piracy tactic by Microsoft that turns some computer users' screens black is setting off a wave of unexpected indignation among Chinese consumers, posing renewed problems for the software maker in the huge China market.
BEIJING: A Chinese court has sided with the Starbucks coffee house chain in its battle with a Shanghai rival over their use of the same Chinese name, a news report said.