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While some netizens praised the story, others felt cheated for the home decoration advertisement afte
r the video. Jiang Luxian, a lawyer from Chengdu, Sichuan province, said the advertisement probably violates relevant provisions of the A
dvertising Law, and the creativity of “sharing father” is also improper for public order and traditions.
Oppein, the creator behind the promotion, however, said on social media that
it hoped everyone would pay attention to the lack of father figures, and return to the family for love.
“Everything can be shared in this era, apart from family love,” the company said.
China’s foreign direct investment climbed 6.4 percent year-on-year to 305.24 billio
n yuan ($44.38 billion) in the first four months, the Ministry of Commerce said Thursday.
Meanwhile, investment from South Korea, the United States and Germany in Chin
a grew 114.1 percent, 24.3 percent and 101.1 percent year-on-year, respectively.
In April alone, FDI amounted to 62.95 billion yuan, up 6.3 percent year-on-year.
April, despite the continuing downward trend of the automotive market, Securities Daily reported on Wednesday.
From January to April, the country’s NEVs market experienced strong gro
wth of sales and production, recording a year-on-year increase of 59.8 percent and 58.5 p
ercent, respectively, according to China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).
China sold 97,000 NEVs last month, an increase of 18.1 percent year-on
-year, while the output reached 102,000, up 25 percent compared with a year earlier.
Pure electric vehicles saw a rise in both sales and output by 9.6 percent and 28.2 percent, respectively, to 71,000 units and 82,000 u
nits in April. Besides, about 26,000 plug-in hybrid vehicles were sold during the same period, surging by 50.9 p
ercent from a year earlier, and the output increased 13.6 percent to 20,000 units.
duals look in real life without the posing, the filters, the photoshopping and the professional hair and make-up,” Martz said.
Pan, the Renmin University researcher, also believes that pi
ctures shared frequently on social media impose peer pressure on women.
“If people around you look thin on WeChat Moments, you are inevi
tably anxious to fit the general profile of having the ‘right look’,” she said.
Articles have also gone viral in summer on WeChat Moments, with sensational headlines such as “Good-looking girls never
weigh more than 50 kilograms” or “If you don’t lose weight in May, you will cry out loud in June”.
Shen Zijiao, a psychological consultant at Beijing Normal University, said: “Women don’t know what kind of beauty is best for th
em; they just thumb through their phone screens and get the notions of ‘being slender’ consciously or uncons
ciously. They always worry if their bodies are inconsistent with the so-called perfect body shape.”