DAILY BRIEF: Apr 19, 2019


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    Nintendo Stock Surges on Switch Console After China Sales Approval

    The Japanese company is partnering with Tencent to sell its console in the world's biggest video game market. The Hollywood Reporter

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    TikTok owner Bytedance said to be planning Spotify-like music streaming app for overseas market

    Beijing-based Bytedance, operator of the TikTok short video platform, is working on a Spotify-like music streaming app for overseas markets, according to people familiar with the matter. South China Morning Post

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    Wanda to build theme plaza in China's revolutionary base

    Chinese commercial conglomerate Wanda Group plans to build a theme plaza in Yan'an, a former revolutionary base and now a "red tourism" destination in northwestern Shaanxi Province, the company said Thursday. Xinhua

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    Monumental Sports & Entertainment, Alipay Team Up to Install China’s Mobile Payment App in Capital One Arena

    Alipay and Monumental Sports & Entertainment announced a collaboration that will bring Alipay’s mobile payment platform to Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. The payment solution will be available across the arena’s ticketing, concessions, and team store – offering a seamless experience for the Chinese sports fan visiting the greater Washington, D.C. metro area. Sports Video Group

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    Review: Bi Gan's time-bending noir ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ is a magical piece of filmmaking

    “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” doesn’t just refuse to answer those questions definitively; it asserts that multiple answers — multiple realities — can coexist. Los Angeles Times