China steps up censorship on booming short video industryChina steps up censorship on booming short video industryShort video platforms which stormed into China's internet over the past two years will be subjected to stricter censorship and potentially higher costs after authorities introduced new regulations ranging from barring defaming the Communist Party leaders to sexual moaning.

How China’s love of online betting is boosting the Philippine property sectorHow China’s love of online betting is boosting the Philippine property sectorThe Chinese passion for betting has become a major driver of the Philippine property market. The country has become a magnet for Chinese …

Anti-corruption drive sweeps China's fast-growing tech industryAnti-corruption drive sweeps China's fast-growing tech industryChina's fast-growing tech industry is witnessing a clampdown on the widespread corruption pervading the sector.

Smile, say hi and don’t ride elephants: Chinese tourists being taught how to behave by Shanghai video makerSmile, say hi and don’t ride elephants: Chinese tourists being taught how to behave by Shanghai video makerChinese tourists may not always have a glowing reputation, but a Shanghai man is making an impact with videos that encourage his compatri…

China's film & TV industry ordered to pay back waived taxes for past 3 yearsChina's film & TV industry ordered to pay back waived taxes for past 3 yearsChina has launched a campaign to regulate the payment of taxes within the film and TV industry in the wake of the yin and yang contract s…

Beijing court hears case about copyright infringement of article created by artificial intelligenceBeijing court hears case about copyright infringement of article created by artificial intelligenceWorks created by artificial intelligence are about to become a new field that China's courts may consider expanding jurisdiction to.

Gionee on verge of bankruptcy as its founder admits to losing 1 billion yuan in gamblingGionee on verge of bankruptcy as its founder admits to losing 1 billion yuan in gamblingThe founder and CEO of Shenzhen-based Gionee, a Chinese smartphone maker, has admitted to massive gambling losses, but denies that his be…