DAILY BRIEF: Apr 13, 2021


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    Bafta Film Awards 2021: "Nomadland" and "Promising Young Woman" Win Big

    "Nomadland," a drama about a woman who lives in a van in the American West after the financial crash, has taken top honours at the Bafta Film Awards. BBC News

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    Alibaba Was Fined $2.8 Billion by China. Why Its Stock Is Gaining.

    Slapping the e-commerce giant with that hefty penalty on Saturday, China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) said Alibaba had abused its dominant position over its rivals and those merchants selling on its platforms. Barrons

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    China’s Love of Pop Culture Has Transformed Luxury

    Jing Daily partnered with Sotheby’s to examine the unique tastes of Chinese cultural consumers. Is the intersection of popular culture and luxury a paradox? Jing Daily

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    Eight Chinese Films to Be Released in South Korea in 2021

    A total of eight Chinese films will release in South Korea in 2021. Such a big number of Chinese films can be seen as a sign of an increased cultural communication between China and South Korea. Global Times

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    A "Chinese Dream" of British Oscar-Winning Director

    Malcolm Clarke, a two-time Oscar-winning director from the United Kingdom, has a "Chinese dream" - building a "bridge" with films connecting China and the West. Xinhua Net