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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | January 19th 2016

The Mix is a weekly bulletin from PRWeek Asia, offering a selection of free articles, plus a look at the content available only to subscribers.

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Missing Hong Kong bookseller appears on Chinese state TV Missing Hong Kong bookseller appears on Chinese state TV
Gui Menhai, who has been missing since October when he didn't return from Thailand, says he is returning to China to face hit-and-run charges.
Need to know: the top stories for Asia comms, media and marketing pros on Tuesday, 19/1/16 Need to know: the top stories for Asia comms, media and marketing pros on Tuesday, 19/1/16
Advice on the CNY walk out; tennis rocked by match-fixing allegations; OMD China retains Danone; global recession fears grow; Renault to be asked questions over emissions; Uber wins battle over NYC; one car stock tipped for success
Opinion: Are companies prepared for the Chinese New Year walk out? Opinion: Are companies prepared for the Chinese New Year walk out?
Emma Dale, co-founder and managing director of specialist PR recruitment consultancy Prospect, lists handy tips to ensure the best agency talent doesn't walk away after the holidays
Nespresso Singapore takes on Golin as PR lead Nespresso Singapore takes on Golin as PR lead
Agency has been appointed to brand's Singapore account for one year
Dentsu BlueFocus relaunches as Dentsu Public Relations Dentsu BlueFocus relaunches as Dentsu Public Relations
Parent Dentsu Aegis Network China says the rebrand is an important strategic step for its China PR business
Pi PR introduces video press releases Pi PR introduces video press releases
Malaysian boutique agency says VPRs are the "exactly the tool that the market needs now"
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1. Trust in media and government rising - but less so among lower demographics, finds Edelman Trust Barometer
2. Google hires Weber's David Skelton to head public policy
3. Tennis world displays united front following BBC and BuzzFeed match-fixing allegations
4. WhatsApp will open up to brands this year but rules out third-party ads
5. Cohn & Wolfe buys majority stake in Brazilian PR agency Grupo Máquina
6. Postcard from Israel: A growing economy with a vulnerable government
   

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