DAILY BRIEF

Mar 3, 2021

NEWS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS

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    As Anti-Asian Attacks Hike, These Brands Can Help

    With racist and violent attacks against Asian Americans on the rise, here are three organizations brands can back to show solidarity with the community. Jing Daily

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    Why China's Huge Theatrical Recovery Doesn't Mean Big Business in Berlin

    Many international industry players in Berlin's European Film Market might be looking to China's revived market for a lift this week, but Beijing buyers engaged in China's indie distribution business say such hopes would be misplaced. The Hollywood Reporter

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    On Berlinale 2021 Premiere 'A River Runs, Turns, Erases, Replaces'

    Reshaped as a result of the pandemic, the Berlinale premiere film "A River Runs, Turns, Erases, Replaces" visualizes alterations in the physical texture and psychological terrain of Wuhan, the ever-changing city. Filmmaker Magazine

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    Why Joe Biden’s China Policy Team Should Look to the Tang Dynasty

    When assessing how best to work with China, countries would be better served by historical analogies from Asia than those drawn from European traditions. South China Morning Post

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    Baidu Is Pivoting Towards Long-Term AI Growth Opportunities

    The Chinese Internet platform company BAIDU has ventured into the AI smart speaker market, and is also exploring the cloud market where it seeks to compete against Alibaba, Tencent and Huawei with a differentiated product. Seeking Alpha