DAILY BRIEF

Oct 20, 2021

NEWS YOU SHOULDN’T MISS

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    Celebrities, Social Media Stars to Face Regular Tax Investigations

    China is set to conduct regular tax investigations into entertainers, with the goal of promoting a healthy environment in the entertainment industry, according to a notice issued by the State Taxation Administration on Sept 18. The Star

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    China Launches Campaign Against Internet-User Account Malpractice

    Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has launched a campaign with aims to effectively solve prominent problems in the operation of internet user accounts. China.org.cn

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    Disney+ Inks Distribution via China’s VIDAA Operating System

    Disney’s branded subscription streaming video platform, Disney+, is getting distribution on select Hisense and Toshiba smart televisions using VIDAA, the Chinese-owned operating system software utilizing the open-sourced Linux platform. Media Play News

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    Hong Kong Stocks Lead Gains in Asia as Chinese Tech Stocks Surge

    Shares of Chinese tech firms listed in the city surged, with Tencent up 2.1% while Alibaba soared 6.67% and Meituan jumped 2.87%. The Hang Seng Tech index also gained 2.65% to 6,691.33. CNBC