Here’s How Marketers Do Halloween in China

Recommended ReadingLuxury Brands See Online Frenzy for Chinese Valentine’s DayBy Rachel Zheng The rise of Halloween is not only catching the attention of marketers in China. In the U.K. where the holiday is traditionally less popular, Halloween is ... ( read original story ...)

DMG To Buy China Rights Of Forbes Brand

DMG will reportedly reach an agreement to buy the rights of Forbes brand in China, aiming to develop its retail and entertainment businesses in Greater China. It is said that DMG will purchase no more than a 10% stake in Forbes for a non-public price. ( read original story ...)

China slams US aluminium foil tariff ahead of Trump visit

The tariff was announced Friday by the US following concern that China was undercutting American manufacturers by flooding the country with underpriced aluminium products. But the timing has raised fears of a trade dispute during Trump's first visit as ... ( read original story ...)

China says it still wants US cooperation on climate change

China's Special Representative on Climate Change Xie Zhenhua told reporters that China wants to boost joint efforts in clean energy, carbon capture and research. "China is willing to step up cooperation with the United States in climate change negotiations ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing-driven crackdown puts Hong Kong activists on back foot

“Hong Kong has entered an era where those who fight for democracy and free elections will be put in prison,” the 21-year-old tells the Financial Times ... Wong admits that Beijing’s intensifying crackdown has left activists with fewer avenues ... ( read original story ...)

Khaisilk scandal: Brand to be investigated

HÀ NỘI — Khaisilk, once regarded as Việt Nam’s hi-end silk brand, is facing a series of investigations following a "Made-in-China" scandal. Minister of Industry and Trade Trần Tuấn Anh said relevant documents had been transferred to the police. ( read original story ...)