Monthly Archives: November 2015

A pinch of Asia

You can admire his ginger salmon or his Chinese cumin chicken. But don’t say the F-word around chef Bradley Hull.

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MSCI adding China’s US-listed shares

US-listed Chinese companies will become more prominent in the investing world as MSCI Inc includes all 14 in its emerging market index.

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Black Friday: Deals and daigou outside NYC

While millions of turkeys were on a dinner table or in an oven, at 6 pm on Thanksgiving Day Wang Heping was on a bus.

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Classic gets new coat

It has been 40 years since the auto giant BMW invited celebrated artists to paint its cars. Now, Cao Fei gets her chance to join stars like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. Deng Zhangyu reports.

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Xi said to spur climate accord

President Xi Jinping is expected on Monday to galvanize global action to reach a historic, balanced and fair agreement on managing global carbon emissions after 2020.

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New website, app open a window to Chengdu tourism

After a yearlong trial, the official English-language website for visitors to Chengdu — Cometochengdu.com — was officially launched on Oct. 15 in the United States’ Silicon Valley.

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