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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | March 15th 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.

This week's mix
Chinese state media blunders in calling Xi Jinping the country's 'last leader' Chinese state media blunders in calling Xi Jinping the country's 'last leader'
State media agency issued correction over typo but not before it was reported on other news websites.
Need to know: the 7 top stories for Asia comms, media and marketing pros on Tuesday, 15/3/16 Need to know: the 7 top stories for Asia comms, media and marketing pros on Tuesday, 15/3/16
China media Xi Jinping typo; Kellogg's reeling after 'disgusting' video emerges; Phibious hires CSO; a US$500b market for Apple?; the face behind the Starwood bid; Lyft v Uber; Game of Thrones and... refugees?
Opinion: Why last place is a bad place for PR in 2016 Opinion: Why last place is a bad place for PR in 2016
Charles Lankester, Ruder Finn Asia's senior vice president for reputation management, on why a recent survey slamming PR services in APAC is a good thing for the industry
Inside in-house: Groupon's APAC head of comms on engaging consumers and 'storysharing' Inside in-house: Groupon's APAC head of comms on engaging consumers and 'storysharing'
Groupon aims to offer people the best experiences in their city. Amy Glancey, head of communications, APAC at the daily deals site, explains how she measures success and why April Fool's Day is giving her sleepless nights.
Independent agencies aplenty in Asia despite rampant M&A activity: PROI Independent agencies aplenty in Asia despite rampant M&A activity: PROI
Jean-Leopold Schuybroek, chair of global development at the Public Relations Organisation International, said Asia is a key growth area for the network and large network acquisitions will always be a factor it is up against.
Allison+Partners moves into Japan through Focused Communications acquisition Allison+Partners moves into Japan through Focused Communications acquisition
Focused will integrate into Allison+Partners but keep its current leadership.
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1. Kellogg vows investigation after 'disgusting' video surfaces
2. Negative publicity for Top Gear continues after Cenotaph gaffe
3. Sharapova may have played a blinder but it is tennis that needs to get a grip
4. Downing Street accused of 'carpet-bomb PR drop' by Yorkshire Post
5. Q&A: Marketing vet Christa Carone on her new role at SJR after 20 years in corporate
6. Poundland appoints Fleishman for consumer PR after seven years with Bottle
   

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