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By Bruce Einhorn

Asia is home to some of the world's fastest-growing technology companies -- and some of the most tech-savvy citizens. In Online Asia, Business Week's Asia Correspondent Bruce Einhorn, based in Hong Kong, focuses on issues related to technology in Asia outside of Japan and offers his thoughts on the trends, the companies, and the people shaping the region. You can reach him at bruce_einhorn@businessweek.com.
 
 
2001   2000/1999  

Jan.   Feb.   Mar.   Apr.   May   June   July   Aug.   Sept.   Oct.   Nov.   Dec.    
 
 
December


Dec. 18   Warnings for Hong Kong in an Online Retailer's Demise

Dec. 11   Microsoft China's Chief: "We Have One Customer: The Government"

Dec. 4   Is China Ready to Cut Cable Connections to Foreigners?

 
 
November


Nov. 27   The Hole in China's Fledgling Chip Industry: Engineers

Nov. 20   Acer's Shih on Taiwan's Future: "Knowledge Is Our Business"

Nov. 13   Singapore's Baby Step Toward a "Livelier Press"

Nov. 6   Why Yahoo! Isn't Too Worried About Beijing's Chinese Wall

 
October


Oct. 30   Can MediaRing Connect in Net Telephony?

Oct. 20   Can SoftNet Make PCCW a Proud Shareholder Again?

Oct. 16   Hong Kong's Late Entry into the Science Park Race

Oct. 9   Inside Beijing's New Net Rulebook

Oct. 2   Forging a B2B Future in China's Steel Market

 
September 2000

 
Sept. 18   Sohu.com: The Big Fish of the Chinese Net
 
Sept. 11   An Insider's Take on China's Dot-Com Meltdown
 
Sept. 5  The Murdochs vs. the Lis: A Feud Goes Public
 
August 2000

 
Aug. 28  Business Steers Clear of the Indonesian Morass
 
Aug. 21  Coming Late to the Broadband Party
 
Aug. 7  A Net Drawing Board for Asia's Building Trade
 
July 2000

 
July 31  Hard Times for a Hong Kong Magnate
 
July 25  A Precarious Perch for Korea's Top Portal
 
July 17  Tough Calls for This Hong Kong Telecom Player
 
July 10  This Chinese Net Maverick Is Still Shooting from the Hip
 
July 5  Hong Kong's Raymond Kwok on Cyberspace and Office Space
 
June 2000

 
June 26  Singapore's Baby Steps toward Free Speech
 
June 19  A Tale of Two Portals
 
June 12  Will Asia's Coal Age Air Cripple Its New Economy?
 
June 5  In Hong Kong, Incubators Aren't Just for Newborn Startups
 
May 2000

 
May 30  Answers to "Your" Toughest Questions about Two Top Chinese Portals
 
May 22  A Web Site Feels the Wrath of Beijing
 
May 15  Mahathir's Stranglehold on Malaysian Business
 
May 8  A Different Kind of B2B Play in China?
 
May 1  Why Cyberselling in Asia Is Still No Snap
 
April 2000

 
Apr. 24  The Brutal Morning After for Asian Dot-Coms
 
Apr. 17  Richard Li: His Merger with Cable & Wireless HKT "Is a Done Deal"
 
Apr. 11  Can This Chinese Portal Cling to the Fast Track?
 
Apr. 3  China's Two Big Portals Go Public, Sort Of
 
March 2000

 
Mar. 27  Can Eachnet Become an eBay in China's Image?
 
Mar. 20  This Pioneer's Cyberturf Is Getting Crowded -- Fast
 
Mar. 13  Hong Kong's Broadband Blues
 
Mar. 6  Maybe Hong Kong's Falling for Tom.com Isn't Just Tomfoolery
 
February 2000

 
Feb. 28  Internet Time Has Hit China. Just Ask Charles Huang
 
Feb. 22  China.com's Peter Yip on Asia's Rush to the Net
 
Feb. 14  A Dragon on the Net
 
Feb. 7  Pacific Century CyberWorks: Part CMGI, Part AOL
 
January 2000

 
Jan. 31  Behind Beijing's Net Crackdown
 
Jan. 24  Taiwan's Acer Aims for the Big Time in Asian E-Commerce
 
Jan. 13  Another Winner in the AOL-Time Warner Deal: Chinadotcom
 
Jan. 6  It's Not Easy Being an ISP in Thailand
 
December 1999

 
Dec. 30  Can China Build a "Knowledge Economy"? Ask Beijing Enterprises
 
Dec. 23  A Look Back at the Year Asia Found the Net
 
Dec. 16  Netrepreneurs Aren't Begging for Capital Anymore
 
Dec. 9  Beyond Sound Blaster: How Creative Technology Is Trying to Boom
 
November 1999

 
Nov. 25  Charles Zhang: The Reeducation of China's Net Star
 
Nov. 18  A Chinese Wall around the Net? Why Beijing Gave In

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