Xu Jinglei

China Actress Hits Blog Success – BBC News

From BBC News: The daily online musings of a popular Chinese actress and director has turned her into one of the world’s most widely-read bloggers. Xu Jinglei has just celebrated her 100 millionth hit since starting the blog less than two years ago, according to the Chinese website Sina. At one point last year, her […]

Blog Captures China’s Fancy – Ellen Lee

From San Francisco Chronicle: On the surface, Xu Jinglei’s blog may seem run of the mill, one of the millions of online diaries that have permeated the Internet in recent years. She coos over her cats, complains about feeling cranky and dishes about her social life. But while most personal blogs attract a handful of […]

New Internet Publication Regulation to be Drafted – Josie Liu

From China in Transition blog: Xu Jinglei’s online magazineDrafting a new licensing rule for online magazines is on the agenda of China’s administration of press and publication, which will require online magazines to obtain license from the government before publishing, China Business News reported.

Online Mag Regulation: Losers, Winners

Word has trickled into the papers this past week that GAPP plans to issue new rules forcing online magazines (ÁΩëÁªúÊùÇÂøó, aka ÁîµÂ≠êÊùÇÂøó, Êï∞Â≠óÊùÇÂøó) to acquire licenses prior to publishing – just like their print equivalents. A few reports have squinted peevishly at Big Government. “The Web magazine suddenly has discovered that she has a new […]

New Internet Publication Regulation to be Drafted – Josie Liu

From China in Transition: Drafting a new licensing rule for online magazines is on the agenda of China’s administration of press and publication, which will require online magazines to obtain license from the government before publishing, China Business News reported. Online magazine has gained fast popularity in China in recent years, and it is estimated […]

‘Confession of Pain’ a glorified vehicle for top Chinese stars – Hindu.com

From The Hindu: Good movies are based on solid and well-developed stories, not on sheer star power. That golden rule is badly violated in “Confession of Pain (‰º§Âüé)” the new thriller by directors Andrew Lau and Alan Mak of ” Infernal Affairs” fame. At first glance, one cannot help but wonder if the casting choices […]

Actress-turned-Director Breaks out of Mould – China Daily

From China Daily via China Net: The pains of being an actress prompted Xu Jinglei to get behind the camera, and lately, has inspired the plot of her latest film Dreams May Come(Ê¢¶ÊÉ≥ÁÖßËøõÁé∞ÂÆû). Xu first appeared in the cinematic circle as an actress in 1999 and quickly became a consumer product of pop culture. Forced […]

China: Blogs for the ladies and the superstars – John Kennedy

From Global Voices Online: I hate all sorts of competition. Since I was a kid I’ve never won anything. As soon as I hear the word competition, I hide. Even a competition in screwing up I might not even win. When I was young I once ran four hundred meters and then gave up. That’s […]

Blogger Xu Jinglei – China Net

From China Net: Xu Jinglei is regarded by many to be China’s most intellectual actress. From acting to directing and writing, it seems she’s always finding ways to speak out what she wants to say. And she’s certainly been successful in attracting enough listeners. Her blog on sina.com has received a reported 10 million clicks […]

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