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Long Live Jackie Chan

Global action icon Jackie Chan just celebrated his 61st birthday last month (7 April 2015). Jackie Chan has cheated death several times during his illustrious career. 61 more words


Shrubs Asia News Review

To: Shrubs Asia news editor Rodney Baxter, Hong Kong
From: Senior desk editor Hadley Arnold, Hong Kong

Rodney, sorry I am late with the log. Today is a public holiday in Hong Kong, as you know. 356 more words

Hong Kong

JD.com’s Ambitious Plans – Can it Catch Up to Alibaba?

While Alibaba tends to grab much of the headlines, the second largest ecommerce company in China is also creating some waves and it seems that logistics is indeed an important part of the competition between the two. 607 more words


Expedia Sells Majority Stake In Chinese Partner eLong For $671 Million

It’s been a pretty busy and expensive 2015 so far for Expedia — which forked out $280 million to buy Travelcity in February, before shelling out $1.6 billion for Orbitz… 269 more words

Fundings & Exits

Tana Daily Telegraph reblogged this on Tana Daily Telegraph and commented:

"Expedia and Ctrip have agreed to cooperate with each other to allow their respective customers to benefit from certain travel product offerings for specified geographic markets..." - original author

A Blog about Smog

I don’t think that I can spend a month in China and not say something about the smog.  From the first day we arrived in Yangshou I have felt disoriented, as if my senses have shut down and I am unable to “tell” what the weather will do. 680 more words


Fact, Fiction and the South China Sea

Fact, Fiction and the South China Sea

Bill Hayton

Asia Sentinel

In just a few weeks, international judges will begin to consider the legality of China’s “U-shaped line” claim in the South China Sea. 438 more words

South China Sea