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  • China Film Group Wakes to Quentin Lee's 'Morning, Paris!'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - HONG KONG -- China Film Company has boarded "Morning, Paris!," a romantic comedy to be directed by Los Angeles-based Quentin Lee ("The People I've Slept With," "White Frog".) CFC, part of the giant state-owned enterprise China...
  • Disgraced China security chief accused of economic 'meddling'

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Disgraced former Chinese domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang caused serious economic damage with his "meddling" in the province where he had his powerbase, an official was quoted as saying on Tuesday, in a rare public mention of...
  • Japan deflation devil, election loss drove Abe's tax, poll moves

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's twin decisions to delay an unpopular sales tax increase and call a snap election were not quite the bolt from the blue they first appeared. Recent interviews with aides, politicians and officials...
  • China blocks websites ahead of high-profile Internet forum: group

    BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese government has blocked access to a swathe of websites in what an internet monitoring group said on Tuesday was a blunt censorship campaign days before the country plays host to a major internet industry conference....
  • Jack Ma, social media firm Tencent raise stakes in Huayi Bros

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - A firm controlled by Alibaba founder Jack Ma and social media firm Tencent are set to invest a combined 2.8 billion yuan to raise their stakes in Huayi Brothers Media Corp, as China's tech giants push into entertainment. Huayi...
  • Chinese villagers clash with police over leprosy, STD facility

    BEIJING (Reuters) - Villagers in a southern Chinese island town clashed with police and smashed vehicles after the local government began construction on a center to house patients with leprosy and sexually transmitted diseases. Eight people, including...
  • Universal Pictures aims for big part in China

    Universal Pictures aims for big part in China
    Universal Pictures is ramping up in China. The studio has been retooling since Comcast Corp. took over NBCUniversal nearly four years ago. The change of ownership brought new leadership at the century-old studio; Jeff Shell was named chairman of...
  • EPA chief: Greenhouse gas cuts won't all come from power plants

    EPA chief: Greenhouse gas cuts won't all come from power plants
    The ambitious reductions to greenhouse gases that President Obama pledged in China last week will not lead to deeper emissions cuts at power plants, according to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy. At a Beijing summit where...
  • China's internet TV sites in $1 billion battle for foreign shows

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's big internet-TV companies are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on foreign TV shows and films in a battle to attract users and advertisers, but risk bumping up against regulators protecting the domestic TV and film...
  • China Release of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1' Delayed Until Next Year

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The Chinese launch of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1" has been delayed from Friday until next year. Lionsgate had no comment about the delay. "Mockingjay," the third film in the "Hunger Games" franchise, will begin...
  • China's top domestic security chief visits Iran to push for anti-terror cooperation

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's domestic security chief has visited Iran to push for greater cooperation in the fight against terror, the Chinese foreign ministry said on Tuesday, as Beijing seeks allies in its efforts to maintain stability in Xinjiang....