|Forum: Asia and Pacific Region|
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|1:|| .CN domains no longer available outside China|
An announcement in December to crack down on improper registrations of .CN domains has now led to a halting of sales of the ccTLD outside China.
|Jan 7, 2010|
|2:|| .asia Landrush Begins|
"Those of you who did not acquire your trademark names and keywords can now join the masses and pick up your domains."
|Feb 21, 2008|
|3:|| 36 People Arrested In Alibaba Fraud Case|
Chinese police have arrested 36 people in connection with operating fraud on Alibaba.com that prompted the resignations of the firm's top executives in February, the company said.
|July 1, 2011|
|4:|| AliBaba Payment Processing in China|
" Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba is launching an online payment service it hopes will become the preferred way to buy things online in the world's second-biggest Internet market by users."
|Mar 5, 2005|
|5:|| Alibaba Files IPO in the U.S.|
The Alibaba IPO is expected to be one of the largest stock listings in history.
|May 7, 2014|
|6:|| Alibaba Group Invests RMB 1 Billion into ETao Search Engine|
Chinese e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group has announced plans to invest RMB 1 bln in its ETao e-commerce search engine.
|Nov 3, 2011|
|7:|| Alibaba Looks For Buyers Of Yahoo-Owned Stake|
"China's Alibaba Group is seeking investors to buy the 39 percent stake in the Internet company held by Yahoo Inc, a person with direct knowledge of the situation said on Tuesday, outlining a plan that could stop Microsoft Corp from getting the Alibaba stock."
|Mar 19, 2008|
|8:|| Alibaba aquires Yahoo China|
"China's largest e-commerce website Alibaba on Tuesday announced it had successfully acquired the entire assets of Yahoo! China and gained one billion US dollars of investment in the merger."
|Nov 1, 2005|
|9:|| Amazon Japan Opens Online Shopping Mall|
"The Japanese arm of U.S. e-tailer Amazon.com Inc. on Tuesday opened a virtual shopping mall that allows third parties to set up shops on its Web site."
|Apr 27, 2007|
|10:|| Asia-Pacific: A Regional Overview.|
An incredible indepth review of the region. Demographics, search engines, and directories.
|Mar 20, 2001|
|11:|| Ask.jp Closes its Doors|
"Ask.jp has announced that they are reorganizing to focus on B2B solutions."
|June 12, 2009|
|12:|| Australia Opens Pandora Archive|
"The National Library of Australia has been spidering sites that have consented to have their content archived in a local version of the Wayback Machine. The requirement for Australia-relevant content is important."
|May 30, 2003|
|13:|| Baidu Chinese Search Engine Top Ten Key Word List for 2005|
"A look at the top Internet searches in China for the year proves that the country's 103 million Internet users just want to have fun."
|Dec 28, 2005|
|14:|| Baidu Deletes Almost 2.8 Million Files Of Online Works Over Copyright|
Chinese search engine Baidu has deleted 2.8m works from its online library, Baidu Wenku, in an attempt to settle a copyright dispute with writers.[br][br]"By Tuesday afternoon we had removed almost 2.8 million files, mainly from the Literary Works section of the site, which was the primary concern of the writers and publishers,"
|Mar 31, 2011|
|15:|| Baidu Gets Approval To Become Domain Name Registrar||Jan 18, 2008|
|16:|| Baidu In Partnership With Microsoft to Get English Search Results From Bing|
Finally it's official. Both Baidu and Microsoft China have confirmed it: Baidu's partnership with Microsoft's Bing for English-language searches on Baidu.com is a done deal, after several months of rumors.[br][br]With this partnership Baidu Search will show English search results based on Bing's algorithms. It gives Baidu better quality search results, whilst also raising the profile of Bing in China.
|July 4, 2011|
|17:|| Baidu Introduces New Keyword Bidding System: Phoenix Nest||Oct 27, 2009|
|18:|| Baidu Japan Now Open|
"The leader of the Chinese search industry now has a foothold in the Japanese market with the opening of their new Japanese language search engine Baidu Japan."
|Mar 22, 2007|
|19:|| Baidu Launches English Website for Developers|
If you aren't fluent in Chinese this new site can help you make your apps discoverable on Baidu's Mobile App Center.
|Feb 28, 2013|
|20:|| Baidu May Face Tighter Regulations After Criticism From State Media|
Increasing scrutiny into China's top search engine company Baidu by state media is highlighting the fierce competition developing between traditional and new media over lucrative advertising dollars.
|Aug 20, 2011|
|21:|| Baidu Plans To Launch Instant Messaging Service "Baidu Hi"|
"China's top search engine Baidu.com Inc said it plans to launch an instant messaging service, called "Baidu Hi."
|Feb 29, 2008|
|22:|| Baidu Profit Up 80 Percent, Forecasts More Growth|
Baidu Inc., which operates China's most popular search engine, said Friday its latest quarterly profit jumped 80 percent as strong growth in usage of its site helped to drive advertising revenue higher.
|Oct 29, 2011|
|23:|| Baidu Promises Overhaul of Operations Following SERPs Scandal|
"China's Internet search leader Baidu said on Friday it will overhaul operations after state media said it allowed unlicensed medical services to buy high search rankings to win more customers."
|Nov 28, 2008|
|24:|| Baidu Q2 Profit Rises 87pct|
"Sales doubled to 802.6 million yuan. The company also forecast sales that may beat analysts' estimates."
|July 24, 2008|
|25:|| Baidu Reaches Out In English To Help Grow Its Market Share|
Chinese search engine giant Baidu has launched an English-language blog on the country's online culture, a company spokesman said on Tuesday, as the firm looks to expand into overseas markets.[br][br]Baidu Beat intends to introduce and explain to foreign users the hot topics and trends on China's Internet, which is now used by more than 450 million people, spokesman Kaiser Kuo told AFP.[br][br]'It's really out of a desire to give people who are interested in China but who don't necessarily read Chinese or don't read fluently in Chinese an opportunity to understand what Chinese Internet users are doing,' he said.
|Jan 12, 2011|
|26:|| Baidu Reports Growing Chinese Search Engine Results|
"Baidu just released their financial results for the 3rd quarter (ended Sept. 30 2008) and it looks quite good for the Chinese search giant."
|Oct 23, 2008|
|27:|| Baidu Says Profits Up 400 Percent|
"Chinese Web search leader Baidu said on Wednesday quarterly net profits quintupled, but stepped up investments and the impact of a late New Year's holiday season will cut sales growth early in 2007."
|Feb 15, 2007|
|28:|| Baidu To Enter Japanese Search Market In 2007||Dec 4, 2006|
|29:|| Baidu accused of executing DDOS attacks|
8848, a Chinese e-commerce website, has filed suit against Baidu, claiming the firm attacked its server and made 8848 inoperable for 26 hours.
|Sept 5, 2005|
|30:|| Baidu hacking lawsuit allowed to proceed|
"I hold that Baidu has alleged sufficient facts in its complaint to give rise to a plausible claim of gross negligence or recklessness,"
|July 23, 2010|
|31:|| Baidu heading for Europe?|
"Baidu.com, China's most popular search engine, reportedly plans to announce details of a European expansion later this month."
|June 5, 2007|
|32:|| Baidu launching online-video company|
Baidu announced on Wednesday that it is creating an independent company to offer premium online videos to Chinese Internet users.
|Jan 7, 2010|
|33:|| Baidu plans R&D centers in Shanghai, Tokyo|
"China's top Web search firm Baidu.com Inc plans to launch a research and development centre in Shanghai as early as this year, an industry source said on Wednesday, as it seeks to fend off rival Google in the world's second-largest Web market."
|Oct 11, 2007|
|34:|| Baidu to Differentiate Sponsored Links||Jan 9, 2009|
|35:|| Baidu's CEO Pursues Long-Term Growth|
"Mr. Li says search advertising will remain Baidu's main growth driver for five to 15 years."
|Aug 4, 2010|
|36:|| Baidu's U.S. Shares Up To All Time High||Jan 14, 2010|
|37:|| Baidu.com Gets Ready for IPO|
"According to published reports in China, Google CEO Eric Schmidt was in Beijing last week meeting with Baidu officials. Mountain View, Calif.-based Google has a 4% stake in the company, and it is unclear whether Schmidt's visit was connected to that investment or other business."
|July 5, 2005|
|38:|| Best solution for PPC in Asia?|
"I run a site which has a strong potential revenue stream from South-East Asia, and I'd like to market my site to particularly Korea, Japan, and China."
|Aug 3, 2003|
|39:|| Burma Hit By Ongoing Net Attack|
"An ongoing computer attack has knocked Burma off the internet, just days ahead of its first election in 20 years."
|Nov 5, 2010|
|40:|| Can Pay for Inclusion Work in the Asia-Pacific Region?|
Would the Asia-Pacific region would be able to support Paid Inclusion or Pay Per Click search engine models?
|Mar 13, 2002|