So, what’s up in China? 🇨🇳 Issue 66, covering 22 – 28 February.
- China’s domestic tourism revenue expected to exceed $510 billion in 2021 (pandaily)
- Kuaishou’s DAU spiked to nearly 500 million during the Chinese New Year (KrASIA)
- Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Thailand, and the United Arab Emirates announced they will be testing central bank digital currencies in cross-border payments (TechNode)
- ByteDance will pay US$92 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over data privacy claims from some US TikTok users (Dao Insights)
- Chinese women’s lobby group has called for legislation making parental leave for new dads mandatory (Ink Stone News)
- The National Bureau of Statistics confirmed in its statement that China’s economy grew by 2.3% yoy in 2020 (CGTN)
- First virtual tour of Palace of Versailles opens to China (CGTN)
- China’s economy could double in size by 2035, BOA says (CNBC)
- President Xi had celebrated “complete victory” in eradicating rural poverty in China (Reuters)
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