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  1. Red-flag stores past their 'sell-by' date In a cutthroat business environment, old-style emporiums struggle to survive

    Posted Aug 21st 2009, 12:00am by Elaine Yau

    ... when that advantage disappeared with the opening of the mainland economy in the 1980s. Many have gone out of business in the past two decades. Even Yue Hwa Chinese Products, which once operated ... experience for most people. Malls have to be huge and boast many amenities,' Dr Chan said. 'Every age has a different business ecology. That the remaining Chinese emporiums have managed ...

  2. Busy session ends on happy note

    Posted Mar 14th 2011, 12:00am by Ed Zhang

    ... Ed Zhang in Beijing The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference closed its annual session in Beijing yesterday after endorsing the 12th five-year plan. The nation's ... Gao Shu, dean of geography and oceanic sciences at Nanjing University, said China should learn from Japanese citizens' example in preparedness for the disaster. Chinese nationals were ...

  3. Munich Re seeks to expand mainland insurance business

    Posted Jun 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... populous but under- insured country. Chief executive Nikolaus von Bomhard told a briefing yesterday the company is seeking to expand mainland business where the insurance penetration rate remains ... investor can own up to 50 per cent of a joint-venture life insurer while the investment cap for a non-life insurer is set at 25 per cent. Munich Re's current business on the mainland focuses ...

  4. HK business schools acquire global standing

    Posted Nov 09th 2009, 12:00am by Nick Westra

    ... Nick Westra Enrolling in a Master of Business Administration programme at an Asian university used to be like eating at an authentic Chinese restaurant, says T.J. Wong of the Chinese ... students with an open mindset, so that Chinese students are open to Western markets and Western students are open to emerging markets,' said Wong, the dean of the faculty of business ...

  5. Business as usual for Lunar New Year

    Posted Feb 05th 2005, 12:00am by Carrie Chan

    ... year reported a 20 per cent business increase on the first day of the Chinese New Year, compared to normal days.' The commission has published 200,000 bilingual booklets entitled ... Carrie Chan It will be business as usual for 70 per cent of Hong Kong's biggest stores during next week's Lunar New Year. They aim to cash in on an expected spending spree ...

  6. Global kick-off for Chinese-made soccer animation TV series

    Posted May 17th 2010, 12:00am by John Carney

    ... series, AI Football GGO. The series will be shown in over 40 countries - a record for a Chinese-made children's animation series - and Chin is still in negotiations with another 20 to 30 ... we wanted to sell it to a world audience,' Chin said. It's very much a family business. Chin's father, Yiu-tong, is the managing director of M & C Toys and has been ...

  7. Huge gas blast rips through busy Beijing restaurant

    Posted Sep 26th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... serious ethnic unrest in Xinjiang recently between the Uygur minority and Han Chinese majority. A Xinhua report said three restaurant workers and some passers-by were injured in the blast, which ...

  8. Quake-related names banned for businesses

    Posted Jul 14th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Choi Chi-yuk Mainland authorities have banned the use of earthquake-related names for commercial purposes. The latest business to fall foul of the rule is a restaurant in Wuhan ... They accused the owner of trying to exploit the public's sympathy for people affected by the devastating Sichuan earthquake to boost business, the Chutian Metropolis Daily reported yesterday. ...

  9. Unfinished business

    Posted May 27th 2008, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... rise, it is still seen as unfinished business. China's leaders would be foolish not to understand that the very issues now preoccupying them have actually created a window for the country to turn the page on Tiananmen. Prickly business is easier to handle when there is a feel-good factor. China is now bathed in this, with a high sense of patriotism not only within the country ...

  10. Chinese characters

    Posted May 30th 2010, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... One of the many people he does business with is Hai (played by mainland actor Cheng Taisheng), who runs a sweatshop and also provides squalid accommodation for the illegal Chinese immigrants ... A Screaming Man. Played by Paris-based Chinese actress Li Heling, the character is the embodiment of the power of Chinese money flooding into African countries and taking over businesses in recent ...




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