China’s Pop-Culture Crackdown Widens After It Hits Its Biggest Movie Star | WSJ

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Published on 12 Oct 2021, 16:59
Beijing is targeting the pop-culture industry as part of an effort to weed out what it sees as unhealthy influences for young people. WSJ looks at what happened after one of China’s highest-profile celebrities, Zhao Wei, disappeared from parts of the Chinese internet. Photo: Xu Nizhi/Zuma Press


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