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Books & stationery

“It was our destiny”: Japan’s ‘most beautiful bookstore’ lands in Malaysia

“It was our destiny”: Japan’s ‘most beautiful bookstore’ lands in Malaysia

Widely known as Japan’s most beautiful bookstore, Tsutaya has recently dipped its toe into Southeast Asia with the launch of its store in Malaysia in shopping centre Pavilion Bukit Jalil.  The 31,000 s...
‘Little veins of gold’: How Tony Nash plans to grow Booktopia
Amazon to close physical bookstores, focus on groceries
Japan’s Tsutaya eyes Asean rollout, starting in Malaysia
Moleskine opens its first retail store in Southeast Asia

Books & stationery Archives

Bespoke Italian stationer opens first standalone Asian store

Besides Singapore, the Italian brand is also eyeing to expansion into South Korea, India and Vietnam.

How Australian newsagents are reinventing to stay relevant

Resurgence in local shopping has seen newsagents broaden range of locally-produced goods.
Eslite

Eslite to open 100 small-format stores in Taiwan

Eslite will continue to open its largest store in the New Taipei City district of Xindian in late next year or early 202...

Booktopia furthers investment in publishing with Welbeck ANZ

Booktopia sets sights on becoming a publishing powerhouse, forming a strategic partnership with a UK-based publisher.

Anime craze drawing huge footfall at South Korean malls

Animate was visited by some 140,000 people over the past two months, up threefold from the same period last year (45,000...