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South East Asia: Highlights 2013

This year our correspondents in China and Japan have turned out a stream of excellent stories, plus we’ve published a range of pieces from across the region, including: Indonesia, South Korea, Myanmar, Mongolia and Malaysia.

Here are some highlights:

Has Apple Blown It in Asia?

Datacentre Connectivity Options Growing in APAC

 

- Japan -

 

Tokyo Has Plans to Be Asia’s Tech HQ – But Are They Enough?

Japan: Facebook’s Targeted Ads Won’t be a Problem 

Japanese Online Gaming Titans Down But Not Out

 

- China -

 

Why Start-Ups Should Avoid Hong Kong and China

China Shoulders the Rise and Rise of OpenStack

China: When Trade Trumps Information Security

 

- Other markets -

 

Indonesia: Net Censorship is Battling Online Pornography

Malaysia: A Teeming Hub of Small Businesses

Mongolia: A Wealth of Contradictions…

Myanmar: Any Philanthropist's Dream…

South Korea: Parents, Not Tech, Fuel Education Success

 

- Client research -

 

Motorola on technology in hospitals: in Thailand and China

 

Please drop Kathryn Cave a note if you would like to share your experiences of IT in South East Asia.

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