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Deal highlights US shared office provider's Asian ambitions. Launched in , Naked Hub runs 24 locations, mostly in China. WeWork opened its first office in Shanghai in and now runs 13 offices in the country, in addition to three locations in Hong Kong. In a press release, co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann said the company will "serve more than 40, [members] across 40 locations in Greater China" by the end of this year. WeWork, which has more than locations around the world, has been making a push in Asia where the rise of startups is fueling demand for co-working spaces. The company acquired Singaporean rival Spacemob last year as part of its expansion into Southeast Asian countries.
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S everywhere. SolomonYue StateDept pic. My profile Contribute Logout. There's been an explosion of fake news stories about discrimination towards Africans in China - and now about how Africans are taking revenge screengrabs. Now, a new type of video has appeared on social media: Africans apparently getting their revenge on Chinese people. Since early April, many Africans living in Guangzhou, China, have been barred from their homes or been forcibly evicted because of rumours that the African community brought new cases of coronavirus to China.