Mar 31, 2021
In today’s episode: British science journal Nature triggers concerns after reporting that Chinese authors were behind 370 retracted academic papers; new television series documents the government’s fight against crime and corruption; and behind Xiaomi’s plans to set up a new smart car division.
Mar 30, 2021
Plus: Beijing imposes sanctions on nine British individuals;
foreign residents will be able to receive China-made Covid-19
vaccinations in the capital; and a state-owned offshore oil and gas
producer reports a 59% decrease in 2020 profits
Mar 30, 2021
In today’s episode: how a gang’s dodgy dealings contributed to the suicides of 89 people; Huawei secures a foothold in the fintech sector after grabbing a digital payments license; and Bilibili’s underwhelming public debut in Hong Kong
Mar 29, 2021
In today’s episode: Beijing and Shanghai target the tutoring industry amid growing concerns over impacts the extracurricular study culture has on children; the government intensifies its crackdown on illicit borrowing for property speculation; and how come China’s Covid-19 inoculation drive puts the young before...
Mar 26, 2021
In today’s episode: semiconductor giant causes public uproar after featuring a controversial woman comedian in its advertisement; which painting made history scoring a record $41.9 million sale at auction in Hong Kong; and what changes are needed for China to reach its climate goals