: ' China'

Trade Insanity

President Obama pushed free trade agreements with South Korea, Panama and Columbia as part of his jobs-creating legislation. Congress went along for the ride because this was the only path where Republicans and Democrats could agree. [...]

Air China charters between Beijing and Gimpo, Seoul

Air China’s Beijing-Seoul flights CA137/8 will land at Gimpo Airport instead of Incheon Airport starting July 1, which means that the carrier will operate into and out of two airports in Seoul. South Korea’s second-largest airport, Gimpo Airport is 18 kilometers [...]

Shanghai slashes cost of dog licenses – More opportunities for pet industry

Changes in Chinese pet legislation will make China a bigger potential market for the pet industry. New regulations have been approved; the annual dog license fee in Shanghai will be lowered from EUR 215 to EUR [...]

Air China will host IATA Annual Conference 2012 in Beijing

Air China will play host to and chair the 68th Annual Conference of International Air Transportation Association (IATA) and the World Civil Aviation Summit to be held in Beijing, China in 2012, which will bring together [...]

Macworld Asia 2011 set for Beijing in September

More than 200,000 dealers, manufacturers and Apple fans are expected to converge on Beijing, China, in September to visit and be seen at Macworld Asia 2011. International Data Group (IDG), the organizer of Macworld Asia 2011, [...]

Home Inns ready to buy Motel 168

Home Inns has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Motel 168. This addition of 281 hotel locations in 81 cities will further strengthen its leadership with a multi-brand portfolio. US$470 million in cash and stock [...]

Air China resumes its Beijing to Athens service

Air China has resumed its Beijing-Athens scheduled service, as of May 18th, 2011, which is good news for air passengers traveling between China and Greece. Air China held a grand resumption ceremony at Terminal 3, Beijing [...]

Asia’s Pay-TV markets continue to grow, but cost are high


Royal College of Art names new building to honor eminent benefactors

The British Royal College of Art has announced that its new applied arts building, due to open in autumn 2014, will be named ‘The Sir Po-Shing and Lady Helen Woo Applied Art Department‘ to honour the [...]

Air China Singapore invests in high-end travelers

A joint marketing alliance has been proposed between Air China Singapore and Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Limited. The investment will help the airline to concentrate on the high-end travelers' market... that of First Class [...]