SpongeBob and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are coming to southern China, and today’s top story reveals the design firm tasked with bringing the cartoon characters to life in Foshan. Also showing up in the headlines of the day, Singapore’s… Read More>>
Less than two months after Dalian Wanda Group walked away from its ambitions to crush Disney in China’s theme park market, the country’s biggest developer has revealed a scheme to take on the Magic Kingdom with its own empire of… Read More>>
Less than one year ago, Wang Jianlin’s Wanda Group paid $4.4 billion to privatise its Hong Kong-listed developer, Wanda Commercial Properties, in the biggest share buy-back ever on the city’s stock exchange.
While the billionaire property developer still hopes to… Read More>>
It’s hard to blame troubled developer Kaisa Group for wanting to have a little fun. After two turbulent years, which saw the homebuilder run into trouble with the Shenzhen government and default on loans before finally restructuring its debts, the… Read More>>
Ever wanted to know how many bumper cars, rigged midway games, oversized spinning tea cups and people dressed up as cartoon animals could be bought with $47 billion? Well, Dalian Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin will soon have the answer after… Read More>>
Leading the news today, troubled Chinese developer Glorious Property has missed a bond payment exactly one year after an early default that was resolved once bondholders got lawyered up. Also in the headlines, Hong Kong homebuilders seem in a hurry… Read More>>
The highly touted Wuhan Wanda Movie Park, owned by China’s largest real estate company, the Dalian Wanda Group, has closed for “upgrades and renovation” just 19 months after the grand opening of the RMB 7 billion ($1.05 billion) attraction. The… Read More>>