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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...

Chen Lihua the richest woman in China

Chen Lihua ( 陈丽华; born 1941), rendered Chan Laiwa in Cantonese, is the founder and chairman of Fuwah International Group, one of Beijing's largest commercial property developers. In...

Wang Shi

Wang Shi (王石, born in 1951 Guangxi Province, China) is a Chinese businessman. He is the Founder and Chairman of China Vanke, the largest real estate enterprise in China and the largest residential real estate developer in the world.

Yue-Sai Kan

Yue-Sai Kan ( 靳羽西; born in Guilin Guangxi 广西桂林) is a Chinese American television host and producer, entrepreneur, bestselling author and humanitarian. People magazine named her "the most famous woman in China".

Lu Qi

Lu Qi (陆奇; born September 3, 1961), more commonly known as Qi Lu in English (pronounced "chee loo"), is a Chinese software engineer and programmer and former Executive...

Lang Ping

Owing to her central role in the success of the Chinese women's volleyball team in the 1980s, Lang Ping was seen as a cultural icon and is...

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...

Chau Chak Wing

Chau Chak Wing(周泽荣), also known as Zhou Zerong, is an Australian-Chinese property developer billionaire philanthropist known for his business Kingold Group based in Guangzhou, China. He is a citizen of Australia, and known for the $70 million dollar purchase of the house of James Packer in 2015.

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,...

Joshua Wong

His release coincided with the ongoing protests against extradition bill. Upon his release, Wong criticized the oppression against protesters by the Hong Kong police, and the extradition draft law as pro-Beijing and called for the Chief Executive of Hong Kong Carrie Lam to resign.

Liu Xiaobo and Liu Xian

Liu Xiaobo, a Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, has spent years in prison for calling for political change in his country. For more than half...

Meng Wanzhou

Meng Wanzhou (孟晚舟, born in 1972),  or Sabrina Meng, is Chief Financial Officer of Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei. Meng is the 46-year old daughter of Ren Zheng...

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...

Miles Maochun Yu

Miles Yu's duty at the Department of State American Historical Association Association for Asian Studies American Association for Chinese Studies Founder and director of US Naval Academy Asia...

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...

Xu Jia Yin and Evergrande

Xu Jiayin (Chinese: 许家印; born 1958), or Hui Ka Yan in Cantonese, is a Chinese businessman, chairman of Evergrande Group, a Chinese real estate developer. Evergrande's debt...

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).

Lu Han

Lu Han (鹿晗,born 20 April 1990), better known by the mononym Luhan, is a Chinese singer and actor. He is a former member of the South Korean-Chinese boy group EXO and its sub-group EXO-M, having terminated his contract with S.M. Entertainment and left the group in October 2014. 

Carrie Lam

Carrie Lam(林鄭月娥, born 13 May 1957) is the 4th and current Chief Executive of Hong Kong. She served as the Chief Secretary for Administration from 2012 to 2017, and as Secretary for Development from 2007 to 2012.

Rui Chenggang

China media break silence on journalist Rui Chenggang, sparking intrigue By Kerry Allen Chinese media have broken a two-year silence on a high-profile journalist who was arrested on suspicion...