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SEP 23 2021
SHANGHAI KFC operator Yum China Holdings is focusing its store expansion efforts in China on smaller cities, as demand there has recovered from the pandemic much quicker than that in the country's major centres, its chief executive said on Thursday.
SEP 14 2021
BEIJING (Reuters) -Chinese retailer Miniso Group will open a 'flagship' New York store and nearly double its U.S. outlets this year, betting post-pandemic shoppers on a budget will snap up cheap but fun goods for homes and work like $10 soft toy cats and $4 staplers shaped like avocados.
SEP 14 2021
* Sees 60 outlets by year-end; NY flagship in Flushing in Nov
SEP 07 2021
SHANGHAI In glass-paneled conference rooms, members of the Shanghai-based esports team Rogue Warriors tap away at their phones as they train from 11 a.m. till late, occasionally breaking for food. | VIDEO
AUG 24 2021
BEIJING Chinese tutoring firms are having to learn new ways of making money after a ban on teaching core subjects left them promoting classes such as drama and even parental training in a scramble to replace at least a fraction of a once-lucrative business.
AUG 17 2021
Tencent Music Entertainment Group said on Monday China's copyright rules were unlikely to have a big impact on its online subscriptions, and its chief executive believes regulators want to promote healthy development of the music industry.
AUG 10 2021
SHANGHAI Extensive coverage in China of sexual assault scandals involving tech giant Alibaba and celebrity Kris Wu, without obvious censorship, has rekindled discussion of the topic in a country where the #MeToo movement has previously been stifled.
AUG 06 2021
SHANGHAI China's Twitter-like Sina Weibo said on Friday it would take down an online list that ranks celebrities by popularity after state media said social media platforms ought to rein in the promotion of celebrity culture to protect children.
JUL 15 2021
BEIJING (Reuters) -Beyond Meat said on Thursday it has launched an online store in China on JD.com's ecommerce platform, as the plant-based meatmaker aims to boost sales in the world's biggest meat market where consumer interest in meat alternatives is low. | VIDEO
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