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June, 29, 2016

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Adobe Asia chief Robson changes tack in China
China represents "an amazing" opportunity for Adobe Systems Inc to grow, said Paul Robson, president of the company's Asia-Pacific operations.
Apart from the well-recognized name DJI, more than 300 Shenzhen-based drone makers are expanding their territories around the world, making the city the hub of world's civilian unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
HK leader to raise detention of bookseller with China gov't
Hong Kong's leader said Monday he'll raise concerns with the Chinese government over the case of a bookseller secretly detained for months in the mainland and whose revelations about his ordeal have sparked fear and anger over Beijing's tightening grip.
HK's stateless kids in limbo as refugee claims soar
The number of stateless children born to refugees is growing in Hong Kong, where claims from asylum seekers have more than tripled in the last two years, alarming residents and lawmakers.
Residents of a village in southern China where police have been deployed took to the streets Sunday to protest the detention of the village's democratically elected leader and historic seizures of land.
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HK bookseller considered suicide in China detention
A Hong Kong bookseller whose disappearance sparked international concern said Sunday that he was so despondent during his detention by authorities in mainland China that he considered suicide.
HK singer goes ahead with concert pulled by Lancome
A pro-democracy Hong Kong singer Sunday staged a free concert after sponsor Lancome pulled out -- allegedly due to pressure from mainland China -- and urged her audience to fight repression.
HK bookseller defies Beijing by leading protest
A Hong Kong bookseller who said he was blindfolded, interrogated and detained in mainland China led a protest march Saturday defying Beijing as pressure grows for authorities to answer questions over the case.
Police have locked down a village in southern China to ward off fresh anti-corruption protests nearly five years after an uprising there made it an internationally known symbol of grass-roots defiance against the mainland's ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
A Chinese regulator has ordered Apple Inc. to stop selling two versions of its iPhone 6 in Beijing after finding they look too much like a competitor, but Apple says sales are going ahead while it appeals.
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