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Chinese digital sector booms as foreign investors pile in
By David Tiltman
CHINA China's digital industry has pulled in nearly half a billion dollars in a week after two of the country's leading online players received substantial overseas investment. Oak Pacific Interactive, owner of university-based social network Xiaonei, secured funding of $430m, led by Japanese telecoms firm Softbank... more.
Sweden's Great Works to launch Japanese outpost
By Anita Davis
TOKYO Award-winning Swedish digital agency Great Works is entering Asia via an office in Tokyo... more.
Bates buys China digital agency Evision
By Benjamin Li
SHANGHAI Bates141 has acquired a majority stake in Chinese digital boutique agency Evision, marking its third mainland acquisition in the past 14 months... more.
Smirnoff debuts web-based competition
By Anita Davis
AUSTRALIA Smirnoff has launched an online scavenger hunt targeting young consumers... more.
TVB.com launches new Olympics website
By Ella Fitzsimmons

HONG KONG TVB.com is live-streaming the Olympic Torch Relay's progress through Hong Kong today via a new website, sponsored by Coca-Cola, the Hong Kong Government, Blue Girl beer and Oriental Watch... more.
The work By numbers In-depth

"A T-shirt is more than just a T-shirt. It's an expression of who you are, where you've been, what you love." So claims the new website from Japanese clothing firm Uniqlo. To prove the point (and show off its range of T-shirts in the process), its site allows users to remix a series of videos and sounds over a pre-recorded tune to create their own 'loops'. They can then upload these loops onto the site, where others can rate them.

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Baidu cheers China

Baidu is donating 100 ad slots worth around Rmb10m (US$1.4m) to Olympic-related messages. The search engine is asking users to suggest slogans supporting the Beijing Games; those that are selected will appear in the ad slots. The campaign kicked off this week and will run until the end of the Olympics.
Children of the revolution

It's no secret that young Asians love technology, but how exactly are they using it? Exclusive new data reveals how they combine digital media, and how their digital diet varies by country. Click here to find out...
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