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Warren Buffet becomes face of Coke in China
The likeness of billionaire Warren Buffett is gracing Cherry Coke cans in China, where the company's largest investor enjoys a legendary reputation.
 
The high-end fruit fad squeezing HK wallets
It might be a healthy food choice, but Hong Kong's latest fruit fad is doing serious damage to shoppers' wallets.
 
Xiaozhu, Airbnb in collaboration talks
Home-sharing company Xiaozhu Inc is in discussions with its United States counterpart Airbnb Inc to cooperate in overseas markets, as the Chinese company seeks to establish a presence in Japan, South Korea and other Asian countries.
 
Cobots to change face of factory floors
Collaborative robots, known as cobots, have become popular among electronics and other light industry manufacturers in China, as traditional industrial robots have failed to provide a feasible solution to challenges related to comprehensive automatic upgrading.
 
CEO calls for rules on e-sports development
Rules and framework are needed for the long-term healthy development of China's e-sports industry, said the head of a Chinese video game and movie conglomerate.
 
No Suzhou tombs for non-locals
While millions of visitors from neighboring cities swarmed into Suzhou, Jiangsu province, during the holiday to sweep tombs, people are finding it increasingly hard to buy new tombs there following a policy banning non-locals from buying spaces in public cemeteries.
 
Bike-sharing rivalry brings convenience, chaos to the streets of Beijing
The shiny bicycles in bright orange, yellow or blue are everywhere in China's most prosperous cities, even in places they probably shouldn't be.
 
What's in a Chinese name? Ancient traditions and a growing business
In a one-room shop tucked inside a Beijing alley, a bearded 74-year-old fortune-teller in crimson tunic offers what Chinese parents have sought for centuries: an auspicious name for their newborn.
 
Using technology, China ramps up its 'toilet revolution'
Fed up with the theft of toilet paper from public bathrooms, tourist authorities in China's capital have begun using facial recognition technology to limit how much paper a person can take.
 
Prof. held in China returns to Australia
The lawyer for a Sydney-based professor who was prevented from leaving China says his client has been allowed to return to Australia.
 
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