A media company in China was fined $30,000 for maligning a building's feng shui
2 monthes ago - By National Post
BEIJING - A Chinese court has ordered a media company to pay nearly $30,000 to a real estate developer after it published an article that suggested a flashy building in Beijing violated the ancient laws of feng shui and would bring misfortune to its occupants.
The Chaoyang District People's Court in Beijing ruled on Wednesday that the media company, Zhuhai Shengun Internet Technology, had damaged the reputation of the building's developers, SOHO China, one of the largest real estate companies in China.
SOHO China sued Zhuhai Shengun last fall after it published a critical blog post about...
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