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Week in Review, December 6-13, 2019

Here are the stories that caught our eye this week: Two women were photographed burning books outside the Zhenyuan County library in…

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Links for December 13, 2019

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Huge Samsung investment into chip production in China Samsung invests additional $8 billion in flash memory chip…

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Chenni Xu on how Ant Financial moved beyond payment services

We interviewed Chenni Xu, corporate communications head for Ant Financial, at the NEXT China 2019 Conference in New York City. She…

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Ex-NBA player Guerschon Yabusele fined for disrespecting Chinese flag

Guerschon Yabusele, a French basketball player on the Nanjing Monkey Kings, has been fined 10,000 yuan ($1,400) and given “a…

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TechBuzz China, episode 57: Bilibili — the YouTube of China?

In episode 57 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Rui Ma and Ying-Ying Lu talk about Bilibili, a Chinese company that has…

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Chenni Xu on how Ant Financial moved beyond payment services

We interviewed Chenni Xu, Corporate Communications Lead for Ant Financial, at the NEXT China 2019 Conference in New York City.…

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Links for December 12, 2019

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Muji loses trademark appealMuji ordered to pay Chinese firm $89,000 after losing trademark appeal / SCMP Japanese retailer…

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China and Hollywood: Is the romance over?

Since Wanda’s landmark acquisition of AMC Entertainment in 2012, a number of Chinese conglomerates have aggressively ramped up their investment…

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Sinica Podcast: Yangyang Cheng Live at NEXT China

In a show taped in front of a live audience at SupChina’s NEXT China conference, Kaiser and Jeremy chatted with particle…

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Links for December 11, 2019

BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY: Censorship of news and stock photos Visual China Group, Imaginechina suspend websites after Chinese regulator finds violations /…

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ChinaEconTalk: Online discourse and censorship in China

Jane Li, a Chongqing native and a technology reporter for Quartz, talks through some of the differences between Twitter and its…

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Jimmy Robinson on digital marketing in China

We interviewed Jimmy Robinson, co-founder and director of PingPong Digital, at the NEXT China 2019 Conference in New York City…

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Chinese diplomats take Twitter lessons from Trump

Despite the fact that Twitter is banned in China, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has made its own Twitter account and…

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Huawei slammed for treatment of former employee

985, 996, 251, 404. Just random numbers? Not quite. They’re what internet users posted — before they were deleted —…

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Scientists object to DNA collection from Uyghurs

As part of the Orwellian project of surveillance and control of Muslim ethnic minorities like Uyghurs in Xinjiang, Chinese authorities…

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