Christopher Robin, denied Chinese release, is the latest victim in China’s war on Winnie...

Christopher Robin, the new Winnie the Pooh movie, will not be released in China. The apparent reason: Chinese leader Xi Jinping is prickly about comparisons between...

‘Disappearance’ of top Chinese actress Fan Bingbing concerns fans

Chinese social media users are questioning the whereabouts of one of China's biggest film stars. Fan Bingbing is one of the world's highest paid actors, but...

China reportedly told a woman to rethink her sexual harassment complaint against a famous...

A woman accused Zhu Jun, a famous Chinese state TV presenter, of sexual misconduct in 2014. But police suggested that she drop the...

China has an ‘Ishtar’ moment with its most expensive movie

It was supposed to be China’s “Lord of the Rings.” Instead, it turned into another “Ishtar,” the infamous box office bomb of 1987. Produced for...

‘Dying To Survive’: China’s Black Comedy & Social Drama Thrives At Local Box Office

Dying To Survive, a Chinese black comedy with social drama overtones that we’ve been talking about for the past few weeks as a potential breakout during...

China caps film star pay, citing ‘money worship’ and fake contracts

Chinese authorities are capping the salaries of celebrities, blaming the entertainment industry for encouraging “money worship” and “distorting social values”. The salaries of on-screen performers...

Blackmores’ Vitamin E star embroiled in unhealthy Chinese tax scandal

She is the Chinese movie star who inadvertently triggered a boom in sales of Blackmores' Vitamin E cream when a tube of the Australian-made...

Fan Bingbing evading taxes? Chinese authorities to investigate

An online furore over Fan Bingbing's earnings has spilled over into the taxation arena. An online post in People's Daily said the actress is to...

Beijing’s New Superpowers Over Movie Industry Frustrate Hollywood Studios

Last year, many Hollywood executives worried as the U.S. prepared to renegotiate terms for showing movies in China. Would President Donald Trump’s harsh trade...

China banned from broadcasting Eurovision after censoring same-sex dance

The European Broadcasting Union has cut ties with China's MangoTV, after the broadcaster censored acts and blurred out rainbow flags in the audience. Contestants from...
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There is something much bigger than Trump’s tariffs on China

The French government has started re-investigation into the death of former HNA chairman Wang Jian early July and the US may follow suit, says...

Reactions to Trump’s tariffs escalation and who shall be most affected

Yesterday US President Donald Trump announced a new round of tariffs against China to take effect from September 24, starting at 10 per cent, and rising to 25...

US imposes new $200bn tariffs on China

The US is imposing new tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese goods as it escalates its trade war with Beijing. The higher import taxes will...