DAILY BRIEF: May 22, 2020


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    Documentary Flies High Once Again to Capture China's Beauty

    Have you ever wanted a bird's-eye view of China's splendid landscapes? While such an opportunity may only be possible in flight, the third season of serial documentary "Aerial China" offers audiences the next best way to enjoy the beauty and geographical diversity of China from high in the sky. China Daily

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    Animal Crossing Ban Foreshadows Stricter Chinese Gaming Crackdown

    Censorship has long prompted players to use code names and foreign services. Nikkei Asian Review

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    Viewers Get to Excavate the Past With Modern Technology

    "The Legend Hunters", a new documentary with an interactive approach, in which viewers can play the role of an archaeologist to uncover secrets of a tomb. China.org

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    Coding Should Be Part of Basic Education For Chinese Kids, NetEase CEO Ding Lei Says

    China should include computer programming in its basic education curriculum to support its ambitions of becoming a tech powerhouse, Ding Lei proposes. South China Morning Post

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    Should You Buy Bilibili Stock at Its All-Time High?

    Bilibili's stock recently hit an all-time high after it released its first-quarter earnings report on May 18. The Chinese tech company's revenue surged 69% annually to 2.32 billion yuan ($327 million), clearing estimates by $19 million). The Motley Fool