Mia Nulimaimaiti

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Mia Nulimaimaiti

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Mia Nulimaimaiti joined the Post as an intern in December 2021. She is studying for a master's degree in journalism at the University of Hong Kong and will graduate in June 2022.

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Will China’s Beijing Winter Olympics spur a snow sports boom in the world’s No 2 economy?

Travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic have helped boost China’s snow sport economy ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics. Many are hoping the high-profile sporting event will take involvement a step further.

Travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus pandemic have helped boost China’s snow sport economy ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics. Many are hoping the high-profile sporting event will take involvement a step further.

3 Feb 2022 - 10:02AM
China’s fan club crackdown a ‘turning point’ for multibillion-dollar industry prone to fraud, tax avoidance and doxxing

A sweeping crackdown on Chinese celebrity and fan culture, which the government accused of causing ‘chaos’, has drastically changed the country’s multibillion-dollar fan industry.

A sweeping crackdown on Chinese celebrity and fan culture, which the government accused of causing ‘chaos’, has drastically changed the country’s multibillion-dollar fan industry.

15 Jan 2022 - 2:00PM
China’s factories are wrestling with labour shortages. Age-old prejudice partly explains why

Long-held perceptions that blue-collar work is inferior and for people with a poor education partly explains labour shortages in the manufacturing sector, educators and business owners say.

Long-held perceptions that blue-collar work is inferior and for people with a poor education partly explains labour shortages in the manufacturing sector, educators and business owners say.

13 Jan 2022 - 11:31AM
Taiwan’s exports to mainland China, Hong Kong hit record high as semiconductor demand fuels cross-strait trade

Taiwanese official says that US sanctions have led to a significant increase in mainland demand for Taiwan’s chips, and that strong demand will continue until the mainland’s chip technology is upgraded.

Taiwanese official says that US sanctions have led to a significant increase in mainland demand for Taiwan’s chips, and that strong demand will continue until the mainland’s chip technology is upgraded.

10 Jan 2022 - 8:30PM
China’s Hainan sees duty-free sales boom as shoppers look for ‘convenient’ alternative to Hong Kong

The number of duty-free shoppers to Hainan increased by 73 per cent year on year in 2021, amid suggestions the island’s booming duty-free sector is growing at the expense of Hong Kong.

The number of duty-free shoppers to Hainan increased by 73 per cent year on year in 2021, amid suggestions the island’s booming duty-free sector is growing at the expense of Hong Kong.

3 Jan 2022 - 6:30PM
Can China’s creaky health insurance scheme withstand its ageing population and coronavirus?

The China Health Insurance Fund, which covers 96.8 per cent of the world’s most populous nation, is under enormous strain from the coronavirus pandemic and a rapidly-ageing society.

The China Health Insurance Fund, which covers 96.8 per cent of the world’s most populous nation, is under enormous strain from the coronavirus pandemic and a rapidly-ageing society.

4 Jan 2022 - 9:21AM
China-Europe rail trade set for infrastructure upgrade, with container traffic up 30 per cent

China Development Bank will provide additional funding support to upgrade the China Railway Express, which links 89 Chinese cities with 23 countries in Europe.

China Development Bank will provide additional funding support to upgrade the China Railway Express, which links 89 Chinese cities with 23 countries in Europe.

31 Dec 2021 - 12:14AM
Taiwanese actors Zhang Ting, Lin Ruiyang caught in alleged pyramid scheme as China regulator freezes US$94 million assets

Shanghai Dowell Trading, which is the main operator of cosmetics and skin care products brand TST Tin’Secret, has denied the allegations that it is operating a pyramid scheme.

Shanghai Dowell Trading, which is the main operator of cosmetics and skin care products brand TST Tin’Secret, has denied the allegations that it is operating a pyramid scheme.

29 Dec 2021 - 7:30PM
China GDP: 2020 economic growth revised down with Beijing braced for headwinds

China revised its 2020 gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate to 2.2 per cent year on year, down from 2.3 per cent previously, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

China revised its 2020 gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate to 2.2 per cent year on year, down from 2.3 per cent previously, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

17 Dec 2021 - 6:54PM
China extends economic support for key small firms, aims to ‘deliver real results’

Premier Li Keqiang laid out how Beijing will adopt a market-based approach to increasing financial support for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) during Wednesday’s State Council meeting.

Premier Li Keqiang laid out how Beijing will adopt a market-based approach to increasing financial support for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) during Wednesday’s State Council meeting.

17 Dec 2021 - 9:05AM
China’s Chengdu-Chongqing economic circle announces US$314.1 billion investment plan

The Chinese city of Chengdu in Sichuan province and the municipality of Chongqing will invest in a world-class equipment manufacturing industry cluster, an industrial internet zone and a port logistics system, among other areas.

The Chinese city of Chengdu in Sichuan province and the municipality of Chongqing will invest in a world-class equipment manufacturing industry cluster, an industrial internet zone and a port logistics system, among other areas.

15 Dec 2021 - 8:03PM
Starbucks’ problems deepen in China after more food-safety issues reported, US coffee giant orders review

Local authorities in the eastern Chinese city of Wuxi said they found further problems during an investigation of 82 Starbucks stores in response to earlier claims by The Beijing News that expired ingredients were used in two shops.

Local authorities in the eastern Chinese city of Wuxi said they found further problems during an investigation of 82 Starbucks stores in response to earlier claims by The Beijing News that expired ingredients were used in two shops.

14 Dec 2021 - 7:30PM
US coffee giant Starbucks ‘deeply shocked’ by report two China shops used expired ingredients

An undercover report on Monday by a state-backed newspaper showed staff at two Starbucks shops in the eastern Chinese city of Wuxi using expired cocoa liquid, matcha liquid and cream.

An undercover report on Monday by a state-backed newspaper showed staff at two Starbucks shops in the eastern Chinese city of Wuxi using expired cocoa liquid, matcha liquid and cream.

14 Dec 2021 - 5:58PM