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CAC has ordered a crackdown on immoral stars in the entertainment industry

CAC has ordered a crackdown on immoral stars in the entertainment industry

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has issued a notice requiring all departments to regulate online information about celebrities, monitor their performance, give credit ratings to the number of their…

Evergrande: Chinese developer sells streaming firm stake for $273m

Evergrande: Chinese developer sells streaming firm stake for $273m

The debt-laden company said it would lose more than $1bn from selling the 18% stake in HengTen.…

China’s economic slowdown has sent shockwaves around the world

China’s economic slowdown has sent shockwaves around the world

The latest data show that China’s economy is losing momentum for sustainable growth. “Warns Nicholas Spiro, managing partner at London-based Laurisa Consulting. China’s economic activity has not been this low…

Panic buying of daily necessities continued in many parts of the mainland

Panic buying of daily necessities continued in many parts of the mainland

China’s Ministry of Commerce issued a notice on the evening of November 1, to encourage the household to store a certain number of daily necessities as needed to meet the…

Zhang Zhan insisted on hunger strike to the edge of life and death

Zhang Zhan insisted on hunger strike to the edge of life and death

Last year, during the epidemic in Wuhan, the Chinese authorities blocked all channels of information, but many citizen journalists went to Wuhan to disclose the reality of the city during…

Dead archaeologist Liu Tuo quotes public opinion

Dead archaeologist Liu Tuo quotes public opinion

Liu Tuo, a 31-year-old Chinese archaeologist with a doctorate from the School of Archaeology and Museology at Peking University, died on Oct. 26 when he lost his footing and fell…

Caixin was removed from the list of online news sources

Caixin was removed from the list of online news sources

The List of Internet News and Information Contributing Units published by the Cyberspace Administration of China requires all Chinese news websites to restrict their information sources to the list when…

Evergrande’s sale of part stake breaks the ice

Evergrande’s sale of part stake breaks the ice

China’s real estate giant Evergrande had planned for about $2.6 billion to sell its majority stake in the famous property management company, but because “there is no consensus between shareholders…

The blockbuster Changjin Lake Luo changping posted on weibo questioning its justice

The blockbuster Changjin Lake Luo changping posted on weibo questioning its justice

As a super blockbuster as a gift for the centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, “Changjin Lake”, which was accused of seriously violating historical facts, was…

Evergrande defaulted on its debt for the third time

Evergrande defaulted on its debt for the third time

The China estate giant Evergrande defaulted on its debts again this month, failing to pay its debts for 3 times. The crisis spread to the whole Chinese real estate market…

An Ethnic Chinese journalist is being Cyber hunted for investigating poverty alleviation in Guizhou

An Ethnic Chinese journalist is being Cyber hunted for investigating poverty alleviation in Guizhou

The city of Bijie, Guizhou province, has issued a notice alleging that an overseas “anti-China media” has been accused of illegally reporting negative information about poverty alleviation in the city…

Continuous rain in Shanxi result in dozens of villages washed away by landslides

Continuous rain in Shanxi result in dozens of villages washed away by landslides

In recent days, continuous rain in many cities and counties in China’s Shanxi Province has caused landslides, flooding rivers, washed away countless houses and forced the suspension of railway transportation…