Khazanah disclosed that it invested US$400 million in Alibaba in the last two years, giving it a stake of 0.6 percent.
When it comes to Bitcoin, I’ve always been an outsider looking in. Living in China, government crackdowns have made the cryptocurrency largely inaccessible, so I’ve been content to sit on the sideline...
CEO Kendrick Wong tells Tech in Asia that the speedy closing of the round, which took just a month, was not by chance.
We look at the biggest stories in 2014 for Southeast Asia's startup scene, and what it means for the year ahead.
The campaign aims to raise S$10,058 (US$8,044), and has so far received S$382 (US$305).
An insider's look at where ecommerce in Southeast Asia is heading.
Called mybanjir - which stands for “malaysia flood” - the website features the most up-to-date news relating to the flood, and a Twitter feed of the #mybanjir hashtag.
Pirate Kings invites may have slowed down in some countries, but the game is far from dying out. In fact, it’s just getting started.
Entrepreneur and 500 Startups managing partner Khailee Ng has stepped down from his post on MaGIC.
Shoppr draws heavily from dating app Tinder’s swipe-to-discover methodology, which the team finds is “light and fun enough to keep us going for hours on end.”
Renegade X is an ambitious tactical shooter, but would you have guessed that it was created by a team of volunteers? Malaysia’s Shahman Teh shares how.
Simply put, a shared bill is a royal pain in the butt to settle.
Remember the Chinese vampires from those 80s films? Now you can live your 80s horror movie dream with the game, Chinese Zombie War.
The launch lineup consists of a suite of seen-it-before lookalikes from developers Storm8 and Playtika, including a Candy Crush Saga knockoff, bubble shooter, and casino game.
The team now has a considerable war chest to accelerate GrabTaxi's rapid expansion in Southeast Asia.
Chicky Duo, a point-and-click adventure game from Kurechii studio, is better as a kids' game than anything else.