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China's top social media platforms, Wechat, Douyin, Sina Weibo and Kuaishou, said on Saturday they would begin to rectify irregular practices of "self-media" accounts that publish financial information.
Li Dan had posted a video on his Weibo account on Feb 24, calling the underwear a 'career lifejacket'.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): US Vice-President Kamala Harris' maiden trip to Singapore and Vietnam this week has received wide media coverage, particularly over her remarks against China.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Chinese virologist Zhang Wenhong is among a slew of recent high-profile targets in a campaign by nationalist web users to harass anyone they deem critical of China’s government and pressure officials and websites to censor them.
SHANGHAI: The Meishan terminal at China’s second-busiest port reopened yesterday following a two-week shutdown that further snarled already stressed shipping routes in Asia.
China’s months-long regulatory crackdown on an array of private companies has unsettled tech upstarts as well as decades-old firms, ushering in a new, uncertain environment.
The 33 celebrity contestants in 'Call Me By Fire' include former F4 member Jerry Yan, guitarist Paul Wong from Hong Kong band Beyond and South Korean actor Lee Seung-hyun.
China has punished a slew of officials for failing to curb a Covid-19 outbreak that’s spawned nearly 900 symptomatic infections across the country in less than a month, a resurgence that complicates Beijing’s strategy of keeping the virus out entirely.
Replanting initiatives have sprouted up since the start of the 21st century as urban development goals have shifted and alarm about global warming has grown.