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  • OPINION

    Let's hear Beijing's take on Thai-Sino rail

    News, Anucha Charoenpo, Published on 02/07/2017

    » Last Monday a female Chinese reporter asked me why most of the Thai media have a negative attitude towards the Thai-Sino high-speed railway project given the fact that the innovative high-tech train will bring tangible benefits to Thailand and its people along the routes.

  • OPINION

    Internet control freaks are becoming a costly drag

    News, Justin Fox, Published on 13/07/2016

    » Inke is a Chinese startup that enables users to stream live video. It's doing pretty well -- in April, mobile analytics firm App Annie said it was the seventh highest-grossing smartphone app on the planet. The company does face some costs that internet companies elsewhere in the world don't, though. This is from a Bloomberg article last week on China's live-streaming boom, and the government's concerns that it could get out of hand:

  • OPINION

    Why China muzzled an internet sensation

    News, Adam Minter, Published on 26/04/2016

    » Last autumn, Papi Jiang, a 29-year-old graduate student in Beijing, began posting short, satirical and occasionally profane monologues about daily life in urban China to social media. Within a couple of months, she'd racked up tens of millions of views, earned nearly US$2 million (70 million baht) in private funding and raised hopes that online celebrities might offer a new revenue stream for China's internet companies. Then, last week, it all ended: Papi Jiang's videos abruptly disappeared.

  • OPINION

    What's good for China isn't always good for Alibaba

    News, Adam Minter, Published on 16/12/2015

    » Late on Friday night, Alibaba's Jack Ma joined Amazon's Jeff Bezos as the latest tech billionaire to acquire his own newspaper, by purchasing Hong Kong's South China Morning Post (SCMP) for US$266 million (9.6 billion baht).

  • NEWS

    China identifies 'dozens' of Uighurs

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 15/11/2014

    » Chinese officials in the southern city of Songkhla have identified "dozens" of Uighurs from the Chinese region of Xinjiang who were rescued by Thai police from a human-smuggling camp.

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