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
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
As of press time, multiple e-commerce platforms, including JD.com, Tmall and Taobao, have removed Quanjian’s products from their websites.
by Jonathan Zhong, 30 December 2018
The post is a repost of a Central Communist Youth League post promoting China’s sovereignty and opposing Taiwan independence.
by Matthew Bossons, 21 November 2018
A new scandal in the Chinese vaccine industry has added to citizens' mistrust of vaccines in China.
by Samantha Kennedy, 23 July 2018
An anonymous American investor talks about how he exposed a massive fraudulent funding scandal in China.
by That's Shanghai, 20 July 2017
Sister-in-law of Ivanka Trump visited Beijing and Shanghai to woo wealthy Chinese citizens with 'investor visas.'
by That's, 08 May 2017