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PRWeek Asia - The Mix: American Rag enters China with Glimpse PR | CNBC names new APAC comms manager | BlueFocus' Holly Zheng on expansion plans

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PRWeek Asia - The Mix | July 14th 2015

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
Glimpse PR's integrated campaign as American Rag enters China Glimpse PR's integrated campaign as American Rag enters China
The contract encompasses events, media relations, copywriting, design and social media management for the US brand.
CNBC appoints new comms manager for Asia-Pacific CNBC appoints new comms manager for Asia-Pacific
Ex-Burson-Marsteller senior associate Mike Cheong will be based at the broadcaster's Singapore office
The PR week: The good, the bad and the bizarre from the last seven days The PR week: The good, the bad and the bizarre from the last seven days
Your rapid-fire review of the global goings-on in PR, as viewed by PRWeek Asia editor Gary Scattergood.
Indian PR firm Aim High seeks to boost staff numbers by 50 per cent Indian PR firm Aim High seeks to boost staff numbers by 50 per cent
Ambitious target to employ around 100 people on the back of securing 15 new clients so far this year.
Holly Zheng at Cannes: 'Chinese delegates are definitely underrepresented' Holly Zheng at Cannes: 'Chinese delegates are definitely underrepresented'
Chinese marketers have a long way to go at the Cannes Lions, according to the BlueFocus international president.
Opinion: Facebook...from social media platform to mega publisher Opinion: Facebook...from social media platform to mega publisher
After conquering copy, Facebook has set its vision on video, and it will change the publishing landscape forever, argues Jeremy Bamidele
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1. Edelman hires Leo Burnett MD in Malaysia, names new Indonesia CEO
2. Airline disasters: How data insights can help shape the PR response
3. From athletics and cycling to football: Does more money in sport mean more problems?
4. China government affairs expert Benjamin Ou rejoins APCO Worldwide
5. Teneo buys UK PR agencies Blue Rubicon and StockWell
6. Hamp affair will set back Japan's move to diversify business
   

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