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Asia’s best rally in a year faces a challenge now: Taking stock

HONG KONG: The most robust rally Asian stocks have seen in more than a year is about to face its stiffest challenge yet.

6 Asian books that can be the next ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

From romance to drama to fantasy, here are some picks from Asia that could be the next blockbuster Hollywood movie in the vein of 'Crazy Rich Asians'.

China wanderlust poses hurdle to De Beers diamond sales

China’s newfound penchant for luxury travel poses the latest threat to a turnaround for the US$80bil diamond industry.

Chinese billionaire’s app struggles to lure buyers back to malls

As consumers worldwide increasingly turn to buying online instead of going out shopping, Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin thought he could get ahead of the threat to his 185-mall empire by launching an app to lure people in.

7 books (and wine) for a bubbly time on Read In The Bathtub Day!

February 9 is Read In The Bathtub Day! Seriously. Soak yourself in these books and wine suggestions for a bubbly and intellectual time.

Trips overseas replace Chinese New Year treks to grandma’s

Instead of battling the crowds back to their hometowns, more Chinese families are flying out for holidays together.

Luxottica, Essilor agree to US$53bil merger, FT says

MILAN: Luxottica Group SpA, the world’s largest maker of eyewear including Ray-Bans, has agreed to merge with French rival Essilor International SA, the Financial Times reported, creating a combined company with about US$16bil in revenue.

Alibaba to buy China mall operator in US$2.6bil plan

Chinese e-commerce titan Alibaba will take control of domestic department store Intime through a US$2.6bil (RM11.63bil) privatisation scheme, the companies said, sending shares of the mall operator surging.

Hong Kong’s expat consumer brands fall on hard times

FIVE years ago, foreign consumer brands listing in Hong Kong carried the cachet of a Ian Fleming hero: Stylish, international, and with an unmistakable scent of victory about them. Nowadays, they’re starting to resemble the broken dead-enders of a Graham Greene novel.