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Chen Feng

In Wake of Death at HNA, Chairman Chen Seen as Having to Step Up For HNA Group Co. leader Chen Feng, the sudden death of his No. 2 raises the pressure for...

Yan Bin and Red Bull Drinks

Thai-Chinese businessman Yan Bin has an estimated net worth of $2.9 billion in November 2016 according to Bloomberg. Bin founded the Reignwood group in Thailand in 1984. It...

Gao Zhisheng

Gao Zhisheng (高智晟,born 1964) is a Chinese human rights attorney and dissident known for defending activists and religious minorities and documenting human rights abuses in China.

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...

Chen Quanguo

Chen Quanguo (陈全国; born November 1955) is a Chinese politician and current Communist Party Secretary of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Chen Quanguo was one of the first party officials to refer to...

Zhang Weiwei

Zhang Weiwei (张维为) is a Chinese professor of international relations at Fudan University, and a senior research fellow at the Chunqiu Institute.

Sun Li

Sun Li (孙俪,or Betty Sun, born September 26, 1982) is a Chinese actress. She is hailed by critics and netizens as China's "Queen of Television". Sun first entered show...

Yao Chen

Yao Chen ( 姚晨; born 5 October 1979) is a Chinese actress. In 2014, Time named Yao on the list of 100 global celebrities. As of 2014, she is...

Xie Na

Xie Na ( 谢娜; born May 6, 1981), also known as "Nana," is a Chinese host, singer and actress. She is famous for co-hosting the Hunan Satellite TV program Happy Camp with fellow hosts He Jiong, Li Weijia, Du Haitao, and Wu Xin.

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. 

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...

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,...

Sun Zhengcai

Sun Zhengcai (孙政才; born September 1963) is a Chinese politician and senior regional official. From 2012 to 2017, Sun served as the Communist Party Secretary of Chongqing, an interior municipality. He...

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.

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.

Lin Jianhua

Lin Jianhua (林建华 Lín Jiànhuá; born October 1955) is a Chinese chemist who has served as President of Peking University since 2015. 

Li Yifeng

Li Yifeng (李易峰, born 4 May 1987), is a Chinese actor and singer, who rose to fame after participating in the 2007 My Hero contest.

Xu Jinglei

Xu Jinglei (born April 16, 1974) is a Chinese actress and film director. She graduated from Beijing Film Academy in 1997. She has also spanned an acting career with directing since 2003.

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...

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.