Zhong Shanshan

Zhong Shanshan (钟睒睒, born 1954) is a Chinese billionaire businessman, who founded and chairs Nongfu Spring, the largest beverage company in China. He is also the owner of the Chinese pharma giant "Wantai".

Liu Yifei

Liu Yifei (born 25 August 1987 in Wuhan), birth name An Feng (安风), legal name Liu Ximeizi (刘茜美子), also known as Crystal Liu, is a popular Chinese actress, model and singer.

Zhang Yiming – founder of Tiktok

People on a Chinese microblogging site called ByteDance CEO Zhang Yiming a traitor, a coward, and an American apologist after the company confirmed it is the possibility...

Hao Haidong and his wife Ye Zhaoying

Retired Chinese footballer Hao Haidong has delivered a manifesto he wants to use to overthrow China's government and replace it with a new one, and he says he has the backing of former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.

Xiao Zhan

Idol, actor, heartthrob- there’s nothing stopping Xiao Zhan. The former art student turned overnight sensation got his start on X- Fire, where he trained tirelessly to become an idol. He made his acting debut in Superstar Academy in 2016, and the rest, they say, is history. 

Jimmy Lai

Lai Chee-Ying(黎智英), or Jimmy Lai, is a Hong Kong billionaire who owns Apple Daily. Born 1948 in an impoverished family in Canton, Kwangtung, China with family roots in nearby Shunde, Lai was...

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...

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.

Gordon Chang

Gordon Guthrie Chang (章家敦; born 1951) is an American columnist, blogger, television pundit, author and lawyer. He is widely known for his book The Coming Collapse of China (2001), in which he wrote...

Xu Zhangrun

Xu Zhangrun (许章润; born 1962) is a Chinese jurist. He is a professor of Jurisprudence and Constitutional Law at Tsinghua University, and a research fellow with the Unirule Institute of...

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Xiao Zhan

Idol, actor, heartthrob- there’s nothing stopping Xiao Zhan. The former art student turned overnight sensation got his start on X- Fire, where he trained tirelessly to become an idol. He made his acting debut in Superstar Academy in 2016, and the rest, they say, is history. 

Xiao Jianhua

Xiao Jianhua (Chinese: 肖建华, born c. 1972) is a Hong Kong-based Chinese-Canadian billionaire businessman and philanthropist. According to news report, He is the true owner of Tomorrow...

Jack Ma and his business background

Ma Yun (Chinese: 马云, ; born September 10, 1964), known professionally as Jack Ma, is a Chinese business magnate who is the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba...

Lin Chi-ling

Lin Chi-ling(林志玲,born 29 November 1974) is a Taiwanese actress, model and television host. Lin's father, Lin Fan-nan (林繁男), and her mother, Wu Tzu-mei (吳慈美), are both from Tainan, in southern Taiwan....

Lai Xiaomin

Lai Xiaomin (赖小民; born July 1962) is a Chinese business executive and senior economist who served as party chief and chairman of the board of China Huarong Asset Management, one of...

Wang Jian

Wang Jian (王健; 1961 – 3 July 2018) was a Chinese entrepreneur and billionaire. Together with Chen Feng, he was co-founder and co-chairman of Hainan Airlines and the affiliated conglomerate HNA Group,...

Monk Xuecheng

Xuecheng (学诚法师; born 3 October 1966) is a Buddhist monk, a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, and a popular blogger. He serves as abbot of Guanghua...

Nathan Law

Exiled Hong Kong activist Nathan Law Kwun-chung has been named in the list of the 100 'most influential people' in the US current affairs magazine, TIME.

Wu Xiaohui

Wu Xiaohui (吳小暉) is Chairman and Chief Executive of Anbang Insurance Group, one of the largest insurers in China. He is married to Zhuo Ran, the granddaughter of Deng Xiaoping, the former Chinese paramount leader.

Tang Baiqiao

Tang Baiqiao (唐柏桥; born August, 1967) is a Chinese political dissident from Hunan province who led student protests during the 1989 democracy movement. After the incident at Tiananmen Square, Tang fled from agents of the Communist Party of China who...

Tan Jing

Tan Jing (谭晶, born September 11, 1977) is a solo singer in the Song and Dance Ensemble of the People's Liberation Army and a first class national actress....

Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli (胡舒立; born 1953) is the editor-in-chief of Caixin Media. She is also the professor of the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University. As...

Yi Zhongtian

Yi Zhongtian (born 1947) is a Chinese writer and historian. He is also a professor and PhD supervisor at the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of Xiamen University's School...

Little Yue Yue’s tragic death

Wang Yue (Chinese: 王悦; pinyin: Wáng Yuè), also known as "Little Yue Yue" (Chinese: 小悅悅), was a two-year-old Chinese girl who was run over by two vehicles...

Zhang Ziyi

Zhang Ziyi ( 章子怡; born 9 February 1979) is a Chinese actress and model. She is considered one of the Four Dan Actresses of China, and the most well-known Asian actress in the West.

Lu Zhiqiang on Forbes Lists

Lu Zhiqiang (卢志强)chairs China Oceanwide Group of Beijing, a conglomerate active in real estate, finance and technology. In downtown Los Angeles it is building Oceanwide Plaza, a $1 billion residential and retail complex.

Fang Fenghui

Former top Chinese general Fang Fenghui sentenced to life for corruption amid Xi Jinping's crackdown.

Zhou Libo

Zhou Libo ( 周立波; born on April 22, 1967, in Shanghai) is a Chinese stand-up comedian, television actor and host. In addition to comedy, he has also been a...

Liu Xiaobo

Liu Xiaobo (刘晓波; born 28 December 1955) is a Chinese literary critic, writer, professor, and human rights activist who called for political reforms and the end of...

Faye Wong

Faye Wong (born 8 August 1969) is a Chinese singer-songwriter and actress, often referred to as a "diva" (Chinese: 天后; literally: "Heavenly Queen") in Chinese-language media. Early in her career she briefly used the stage name Shirley Wong.