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Luo Yonghao

Smartisan's CEO wants to be the next 'Steve Jobs of China' Xiaomi's regular channeling of Apple -- from its stage presentations all the way to disguising Aperture's icon...

Huang Xiangmo

Chinese recipient of Huang Xiangmo(黄向墨) political donation gets suspended death sentence  By Kirsty Needham Beijing: Long before he courted controversy for his Australian political donations, high profile Chinese Australian...

Li Xiaolin

Li Xiaolin (李小琳) was born in 1961 to Li Peng, then an electrical engineer, and Zhu Lin, a Russian-language translator. She was the second of Li Peng's...

Zhou Yongkang

In late 2013, Zhou was placed under investigation for alleged abuse of power and corruption, a decision state media announced in July 2014. Zhou Yongkang(周永康) was the...

Zhong Nanshan

Zhong Nanshan (钟南山 born 20 October 1936) is a Chinese epidemiologist and pulmonologist who discovered the SARS coronavirus in 2003. He was president of the Chinese Medical Association from 2005 to 2009 and is currently the editor-in-chief of...

Han Han

Han Han (born September 23, 1982) is a Chinese professional rally driver, best-selling author, singer, creator of Party, One (App magazine) and China's most popular blogger. He has published five novels to date, and is represented by the Hong Kong-based Peony Literary Agency.

Jia Yueting

Jia Yueting (贾跃亭) has been one of the most dynamic faces in Chinese business in the past year. He has expanded from his online video company, Shenzhen-listed...

Ho Pin

Ho Pin (何频) is in a very dangerous line of work. He publishes books chronicling the political infighting, the far-flung business interests and, occasionally, the sex lives...

Hu Ge

Hu Ge (胡歌) was born in Shanghai in 1982. He received his first training in performing arts in Little Stars Performing Arts School run by Shanghai Media Group (SMG).

Fei-fei Li

Fei-Fei Li (born 1976), who publishes under the name Li Fei-Fei(李飞飞), is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. She is the director of the Stanford...

Pan Shiyi and SOHO China

Pan Shiyi (Chinese: 潘石屹; pinyin: Pān Shíyì; born November 14, 1963) is a Chinese business magnate. Presently, he is the Chairman of SOHO China, the largest prime...

Shi Yigong

Shi Yigong (施一公; born May 1967) is a Chinese biophysicist in the field of protein X-ray crystallography and is the Dean of School of Life Sciences of Tsinghua University. Shi...

Yuan Hongbing

Yuan Hongbing (袁红冰; 1952 - ) is an ethnic Mongolian jurist, novelist, and Chinese dissident. Born in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, Yuan Hongbing, who known as a prominent Chinese dissident, novelist, philosopher, and liberalism jurist later,...

Song Zuying

Song Zuying (宋祖英)was born August 13, 1966 in Guzhang County, part of Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, Hunan. She is of Miao ethnicity. She studied at...

Jin Yong

Louis Cha Jing-yong (查良鏞) (c. March 1924 – 30 October 2018), better known by his pen name Jin Yong (金庸), was a Chinese wuxia ("martial arts and chivalry") novelist and essayist who...

Liu Xin

Liu Xin is a senior host and journalist at CGTN. She joined CCTV NEWS in July 1997. For over a decade, she was one of the channel’s signature anchors, covering many major events in China and around the world.

Larry Hsien Ping Lang

Larry Hsien Ping Lang (郎咸平; Lang Xianping born 1956) is a well-known Hong Kong-based economist, commentator, author and TV host in China.

Liu Huan

Liu Huan (刘欢,born August 26, 1963 in Tianjin, China) is a Chinese singer and songwriter. He is one of China's modern era pioneers in pop music and...

Wang Sicong

Wang Sicong (王思聪, born January 3, 1988) is a Chinese businessman and the only son of Chinese tycoon Wang Jianlin.

Denise Ho

Denise Ho Wan-see(何韵诗), also known as HOCC (born 10 May 1977), is a Hong Kong-based Cantopop singer and actress, as well as a pro-democracy and LGBT rights activist. Denise Ho was...