DAILY BRIEF: Jul 11, 2018


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    Rise: Why China’s Internet is Bigger…And Different

    Abundant capital, rapid change, and growing sophistication are the key characteristics of China’s Internet landscape. So, too, is the guiding hand of the central government. Variety

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    iQIYI Enters Fortune China 500 List, Marking Milestone for Innovative Online Entertainment Platform

    iQIYI, Inc. (NASDAQ: IQ) ("iQIYI" or the "Company"), an innovative market-leading online entertainment service in China, today announced that it has ranked for the first time on the prestigious Fortune China 500 list, ranking 419th place. PR Newswire

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    10 Films, 30 Years – Wong Kar-wai Movies Ranked from Worst to Best, from As Tears Go By to The Grandmaster

    Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai turns 60 on July 17 – the city’s unofficial retirement age – after a career making films which may not have pleased everyone but which, in their own ways, underscore his incredible talent. South China Morning Post

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    China's Risqué Live-Streaming Apps Are Now Objectifying Men Too

    Chinese live-streaming apps that built their billion-dollar empires leveraging women’s physical appeal are now tapping into their spending power. Bloomberg

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    Animal World film review: Li Yifeng, Michael Douglas in Chinese gambling fantasy, based on Japanese hit Kaiji

    An earnest adaptation of a profoundly silly Japanese anime, Chinese director Han Yan’s film is about a young man stuck in a dead-end job who dreams of slaying monsters and gets sucked into a deadly game of rock-paper-scissors. South China Morning Post