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Everything Your Mother Said About Video Games Rotting Your Brain Is Wrong

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Think video games are bad for kids? You might have to reconsider.

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Xiaomi sets its sights on Southeast Asia with plans to open Singapore office “as quickly as possible”

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Left to right: Xiaomi vice-president Li Wanqiang, vice president of Xiaomi Global Hugo Barra, and Xiami president Lin Bin.

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How Much Does Asia Contribute to the Global Sharing Economy? - Crowdsourcing Week

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The sharing economy this year will generate $350 billion in transactions in 2013, but how much of that is actually coming from Asia? (How much does #Asia contribute to the global Sharing Economy?

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Making Leadership More Effective in Asia

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Not long ago, the collective might of "Chindia" was seen as a palpable force. Today, that powerhouse image has eroded as China confronts the fallout of its aggressive pace of growth and India fails to live up to its economic potential. The economic crisis has taken a toll on other economies in the Asia-Pacific region as well.

 

More recently, there is talk of an Asian recovery, with renewed growth in Southeast Asian economies such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. There's also a sense of optimism about the potential of some of the "tiger cub" economies, including Vietnam and Myanmar. The region seems to promise a new wave of economic revival.


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well i believe that Asia needs to recover with renewed growth in Southeast Asian economies such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore

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The Learning Factor's curator insight, December 2, 2013 3:01 AM

The economic crisis has sharply highlighted the need for better leadership in businesses globally. That need is even more urgent in Asia, which seems poised for an economic revival.