A spokesman for China’s embassy in Warsaw said in a statement that the Chinese side attaches ‘great importance’ to the detention.
by Julia Vihinen, 18 January 2019
As its previous name suggests, the football club used to be managed by none other than the Tianjin-based ‘healthcare product empire’ Quanjian Group.
by Jonathan Zhong, 11 January 2019
According to a release by the CAC, they are attempting to clean up the country's ‘cyber ecology’ by rooting out 12 types of content.
by Bryan Grogan, 09 January 2019
His employer fired him from his position as a childcare counselor because his behavior violated the company’s code of conduct.
by Matthew Bossons, 08 January 2019
A case has been filed against Quanjian for false advertising, exaggerating the efficacy of their products and organizing pyramid schemes.
by Jonathan Zhong, 04 January 2019
The verdict is considered a landmark for short video content creation as it clearly establishes a precedent surrounding the copyright laws of short video content
by Bryan Grogan, 29 December 2018
China has released Canadian teacher Sarah McIver, the third Canadian national detained in China this month.
by That's, 29 December 2018
An individual who reports the publication of illicit content can now receive up to RMB600,000 as a reward.
by Matthew Minford, 12 December 2018