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Chinese tycoon Chen Guangbiao has the world's best business card

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House of Flying Daggers director Zhang Yimou fined £700,000 for having three children

Zhang said his actions had damaged his reputation and insisted that he would take full responsibility for breaching the country's one-child policy

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North American bird flu death: Canada reports first fatal case of H5N1 virus hitting continent

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The Business Matrix: Thursday 9 January 2014

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The UK chief executive of Rolls-Royce Torsten Müller-Ötvös in London yesterday to celebrate the company’s 110th birthday

Rolls-Royce is on a roll as the super-rich get all revved up

Sales are booming for Britain's luxury car makers as everyone from Chinese tycoons to film stars scrambles to buy one

Figures such as this 7th or 8th century tomb guardian show a new side to China

More than just vases: British Museum showcases the worldly masculinity of the Ming dynasty

An exhibition at the British Museum will show that Cold War-era ideas on China’s past gave a short-sighted view of the country

L’Oréal pulls Garnier skincare brand from China

Beauty giant L’Oréal is withdrawing its Garnier beauty products from a slowing Chinese market, a week after US rival Revlon withdrew from the country.

Oracle Team USA tactician Ben Ainslie participates in a dock out ceremony before the start of race six of the America's Cup finals against Emirates Team New Zealand skippered by Dean Barker in San Francisco

Sir Ben Ainslie leads British assault on 2014 Extreme Sailing series

The quadruple gold and silver medal Olympic champion opens his campaign in the 40-foot catamarans in Singapore next month

Crackdown: Chinese police inspect illegal cooking oil in 2010

Man in China sentenced to death for selling illegal cooking oil

Man's brothers also sentenced to life in prison

Number of smokers draws close to one billion

Substantial population growth is blamed for the increasing number of smokers

The News Matrix: Wednesday 8 January 2014

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Hong Kong film pioneer Run Run Shaw, the man who helped bring kung fu movies to the mainstream, has died, aged 107

Run Run Shaw: Farewell to cinema's kung fu king

Hong Kong film-maker Run Run Shaw died yesterday at the age of 106. His influence stretched from Hollywood to Piccadilly

Chinese philanthropist Chen Guangbiao

I am serious about buying the New York Times, says Chinese tycoon Chen Guangbiao

One of China's richest men has insisted he is serious about buying the New York Times so that he can work on "rebuilding its credibility and influence".

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