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It makes sense for the Taiwanese shoemaker to cut out a link in the ownership chain
Sales growth spurred by ‘athleisure’ trend and government-backed exercise push
Rising US rates complicate balancing act for Beijing as it faces capital flight
Relatives argue over cash awarded in wartime reparations case against Japanese group
How one of China’s top conductors is extending the appeal of his country’s music
Why buy a great work if you can rent it for your wall?
Young Taiwanese have seen incomes stagnate as jobs move to mainland China
Eastern and western music met – and mingled – in the Seoul Philharmonic’s Proms debut
Investment activities of four main public pension funds to merge
Can Evergrande, possibly the world’s largest football school, help China achieve the one success that has so far eluded it?
Jaap van Zweden’s programming may be formulaic but the performances he elicits are anything but
As growth stalls and reliance on China grows, the country must reform to preserve its status as an Asian success
Word power: two festivals tackle the lives of two 20th-century Chinese writers in opera and dance
Jeffrey Ching’s ambitious new work, premiered here, employed classical Chinese elements but with a 20th-century American flavour
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