Weekend Long Read: 985 Issues With Finding a Spouse in China

The number, shorthand for elite universities and their graduates, has become an object of disdain for how it’s used by exclusive dating sites to perpetuate class divisions

South China City Shenzhen Gets Ready to Give Self-Driving Cars Their Own Plates

Shenzhen is likely to allow the vehicles to drive on public roads, according to a new draft regulation

Three Gorges Dam Owner Lends Hand to Debt-Riddled Beijing Utility

China’s largest renewable energy conglomerate will make a strategic investment of an undisclosed sum, a move seen as easing the financial burden on capital’s government

Sichuan to Shutter Crypto Mining in Sweeping Crackdown

Home to China’s second-largest concentration of such operations joins national campaign against energy-hungry industry that poses financial risks

Jun 19, 2021 07:49 AM

Energy Insider: New Rules to Regulate Commodity Price Indexes; Power Consumption Jumps in Southern China

Nuclear plant builder records surge in orders; Sinopec to increase cleaner fuel supply in Fujian; the auto and display screen industries vow greater cooperation

Jun 19, 2021 07:28 AM

Copper Boom Spurs Accelerated Expansion at Zijin Mining Unit

Chinese mining giant speeds up $1.26 billion expansion of its Serbian copper business by a year

Jun 19, 2021 07:22 AM

Eight Detained Over Gas Explosion, Post-Vaccine Deaths in Taiwan, Unemployed Man Asks Mayor for Job

China launches crewed spacecraft Shenzhou-12, country’s Covid-19 vaccination reaches more than 900 million doses

Jun 18, 2021 08:42 PM

Japanese Firm Poised to Open First Fully Foreign-Owned Money Broking Business in China

Subsidiary of Ueda Yagi Tanshi gets regulator’s approval to start operations in further liberalization of country’s financial markets

Jun 18, 2021 08:27 PM

Thai Conglomerate Offloads More of Its Stake in Ping An After Weak Earnings Report

CP Group sells about $2 billion of the Chinese insurer’s Hong Kong shares in the wake of muted first-quarter profit growth

Jun 18, 2021 07:49 PM

India Reports First Green Fungus Infection in Covid-19 Patient, Biden Calls Putin ‘Trump,’ Asian Tourist Hubs Reopening

U.S. cashier shot dead by customer in dispute over face mask, Italian cable car crash kills 14 people

Jun 18, 2021 07:43 PM

Investor Couple Fined After Losing Money on Insider Trade

Ren Yiguo and his wife lost more than 50,000 yuan on stock purchase despite advance knowledge of a related acquisition

Jun 18, 2021 07:18 PM

Analysis: How China’s National Emissions Trading Scheme Will Work

Fitch Ratings analysts break down some of the key elements of the scheme

Jun 18, 2021 07:15 PM

Caixin China Biz Roundup: China Gets Tough on Text Message Spam

The likes of Alibaba and have been ordered to cut down on sending unsolicited texts to promote their businesses; Chinese sailors have become a hot commodity on the high seas; and ByteDance’s 2020 revenue more than doubles 

Jun 18, 2021 06:22 PM

Gallery: Expo Revives Memories of Beloved Animated Films

The Hayao Miyazaki & Ghibli World exhibition, a show featuring animated films created by popular Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, opened on Saturday at Today Art Museum in Beijing, bringing back childhood memories for many visitors. The exhibition, which runs until Oct. 10, has nearly 300 recreations of Miyazaki’s work and multiple interactive installations on display

Jun 18, 2021 06:13 PM

TikTok Rival Kuaishou Takes Market Cap Crown Among New IPOs

Newly listed Chinese companies take nine of top 10 spots in Asia, with South Korea’s Coupang the sole exception

Jun 18, 2021 05:49 PM

China’s Realme to Expand India Production Despite Covid-19 Surge

Smartphone maker aims to tap massive market of the South Asian country with affordable 5G offerings

Jun 18, 2021 05:45 PM

Gas Company Boss Among Eight Detained Over Deadly Explosion

Nationwide pipeline safety checks are underway as local authorities are urged to learn from the disaster

Jun 18, 2021 03:31 PM

China’s Oil Boomtown Braces for Crackdown From Beijing

The economic planning agency is probing small refiners for suspected violations of tax, environmental rules. Some may lose access to imported crude

Jun 18, 2021 03:23 PM
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