The Real Reason Xi Jinping Is Going After Chinese Stars – Zooming In China

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Last week, Zhao Wei, the name of one of China’s most famous and influential actresses, was erased from the Internet by Chinese government officials. The order came without warning from the state-run regulator for entertainment, the National Radio and Television Administration, and included all social media sites, fan pages and posts on platforms like Weibo as well as all content featuring her—including movies, TV shows, chat show appearances and more. Watch today’s teatime to learn more about Xi Jinping’s game regarding chineses stars.

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ZOOMING IN – Soros Versus Xi Jinping – Celebration Death Match

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Billionaire investor George Soros, a frequent critic of Xi Jinping’s regime, spoke out again on Monday, charging mutual fund giant BlackRock with misunderstanding China under Xi’s rule and risking their clients’ money and US national security in the process. At the heart of that misunderstanding is BlackRock’s belief that there is a fundamental difference between state-owned and private industry within China, but following crackdowns on Jack Ma and Alibaba, Didi and other Chinese companies listing on American stock exchanges, and tech giants like Tencent, that is no longer the case. As crackdowns now spill into other industries, including education and entertainment, and as Xi increases the pace of his march toward dictatorship, questions of whether any company in China is free from CCP control and just how deep American investments in China should be are more pressing than ever. –

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