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Reuters was unable to contact Fan. Calls to her agent went unanswered. Fan Bingbing is the most prominent example. But the culture clean-up is more widespread, snaring video games, online bloggers and rap artists.
Critics say it threatens to stifle creativity in some sectors, and is hitting the bottom lines of firms such as tech and gaming giant Tencent. China has long sought to control the creative arts, from censoring movies to literature. Video game makers have had to tweak their offerings to add patriotic Chinese elements. Others have simply seen approvals withheld. Big media platforms have been rapped for not censoring their content enough and some have had to take sites offline.
A report this month from a state university and circulated in official media, ranked Chinese stars in order of their social responsibility, including their moral conduct - underscoring an increasingly puritanical focus on good behaviour.
Share prices of related companies tanked after the government probe was announced and many are conducting self-checks on their tax situations. Claire Dong, partner and attorney at Beijing-based Tiantai law firm, said there has been a surge of consulting requests since Fan got into hot water.
New policies are swiftly eroding the favourable tax treatment that actors and artists once enjoyed. Discover Thomson Reuters. Directory of sites. Top News World. World News. Pei Li , Adam Jourdan. Editing by John Ruwitch and Alex Richardson.