Monthly Archives: November 2015

International Signs and LED Exhibition to Open in Guangzhou, China in February (PR Newswire)

GUANGZHOU, China, Nov. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The 2016 International Signs and LED Exhibition (ISLE), one of the largest advertising and LED exhibitions in China, will open at area B…

Middle East and Africa Automotive Supplier Report 2015 (PR Newswire)

DUBLIN, November 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Dublin – Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xb4vsq/the_middle_east) has announced the addition of the “The Middle East and Africa Automotive Supplier Report ” report to…

Inet Deploys Largest Zimbra Synacor Email Project in Southeast Asia (allAfrica.com)

Internet Thailand Public Company Limited (INET) is pleased to announce the deployment of the largest hosted Email-as-a-Service (EaaS) in Southeast Asia using Zimbra, a product of Synacor. Zimbra, powers collaboration…

Sundara Recycles Hotel Soap to Prevent Disease in the Developing World (SocialEarth)

While working in rural northern Thailand in 2013, Erin Zaikis met children who didn’t know what soap was, so she brought them some, trying to conduct an impromptu hand-washing workshop.…

Courier YTO Express on fast route to riches (China Daily)

A Shanghai YTO Express (Logistics) Co Ltd aircraft gets ready to take off at Xiaoshan airport in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. YTO plans to expand its air cargo operations in the…

YTO on fast route to riches (China Daily)

From a small courier in 2000, the Shanghai group now has 20,000 delivery centers across China and employs up to 220,000 workers WANG YING Yu Weijiao has turned Shanghai YTO…

Bright exec hopes to turn Opple into a major brand (China Daily)

Chen Yun has his eyes fixed on international markets as his Chinese lighting company becomes a leader in LED technology A push to merge and grow China’s lighting industry at…

China accused of 'tricking' dissidents into deportation (Al Jazeera)

Bangkok, Thailand – The wife of one of two Chinese dissidents forcibly deported from Thailand to China has accused Chinese officials of posing as humanitarian workers to trick the men…

Cambodia's 'beating heart' and climate change disaster (Al Jazeera)

Chong Kneas, Cambodia – No celebrations took place this year. For the fourth time since 2010, the Cambodian government cancelled this November’s water festival – a hallowed three-day event marking…