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Friday, March 24, 2006 

That's Business in China

"Illegal… should not be allowed… unfair… too much advertising… [making] too much money… stop…" Then he drew a finger across his throat and for dramatic effect stabbed the same finger on the cover" --- this is what a Chinese person which holds certain power told Mark Kitto, the founder of That's Shanghai, a magazine for expatriates in Shanghai had a profit of half a million at one point, before the magazine, along with all its sister titles That's Beijing and That's Guangzhou were deemed "illegal" by the government and a government-back agency took over its operations.

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