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Amazon Web Services Announces Upcoming China Region for its Cloud Computing Platform –

Critics and viewers fear for the future of Hong Kong’s golden TV tradition | South China Morning Post – travel and cookery programmed infotainment are considered to be low quality cheap content in place of quality dramas

BlueFocus acquires majority stake in We Are Social – Campaign Asia – China building out effective marketing communications conglomerate. Congrats to the guys at We Are Social

APAC mobile advertisers go their own way: News from – more about awareness less about online or offline conversion

Sina Weibo’s Rapid Expansion in E-Commerce | L2’s The Daily

The Challenges and Opportunities of CRM in 2014 – Smart Insights Digital Marketing Advice

Price matters, but behind other factors in Deal Seeker analysis [VIDEO] | Marketing Forward

The evolution of the customer lifecycle | Experian Marketing Forward

Judge Leon explains why the NSA uses everyone’s metadata

Jetstar Hong Kong unveils animated series | Marketing Interactive

Why Our Online Persona Is Needier Than Our Real One – Corporate Intelligence – WSJ

Luxury labels shift focus from Hong Kong to Shanghai|

26 charts that surprised me in 2013 – Quartz – Europe on for a at least one lost economic decade

首页-ROARINGWILD ONLINE STORE – Shenzhen-based streetwear brand

Elevator Pitch: IDG’s Phil Sanderson bets on gaming despite Zynga debacle – SiliconValley.comBefore 2008, there were only six merger-and-acquisition exits in gaming above $200 million. But since 2008, there have been 19 M&A exits and valuations above that level, with a median valuation of $500 million

Digital Evangelist: Will the real BT stand up? – Ian on BT

小米路由器 MIWIFI——小米官网 – there is something about the Xaomi router being presented as a kit that I like

BBC Online Briefing: Understanding Audiences at the BBC looking at multi-screen usage

Russian consumers eschew bling | WARC

Internet of Things: Six Key Characteristics | Blog | design mind

The US economy may never be the same after the Great Recession – have western economies lost their ability to grow quickly? My guess is yes until they change their structure to one that works

China may actually be the most materialistic country in the world

U.S. Worker Output Rises at Best Pace in 4 Years

A reviled Chinese baby formula company is rebranding with organic noodles

Samsung – Uneasy in the Lead – – Samsung’s sales are equal to about one-quarter of South Korea’s economic output. Samsung Electronics, the flagship, posted $190 billion in sales last year — about the same sales as Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Facebook combined.