In 2009, "Report Director, we bought China Times"" in Commonwealth Magazine said that the media was not making money, but Cai Yanming bucked the trend and bought the "China Times" media group. "Want Want Monthly" reported that Cai Yanming respectfully reported the acquisition to Wang Yi, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, saying that the purpose was to promote cross-strait relations. Wang Yi responded: "If the group needs it in the future, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council will give full support.” He said that this includes assisting Want's "growth of the food industry." And pointed out that Cai Yanming runs "Zhongshi" with finance in command.
In 2010, Huang Zhebin, a resigned reporter of "China Times", "Riding a jet, I left "China Times" exposed: The big fact that the page was devoured and eroded by "Yiplate the direction of public opinion, the cement industry can become an environmental protection industry, and a black-hearted food factory can become a conscientious company. As long as they have money, manufacturers can ask them to read and change them at will before placing them on the page, and then, in the name of reporters' reports, arbitrarily create bullish and bearish news to stock stock prices, affect market confidence , and cause investors to make wrong judgments. To that Shadow Making unfortunate reporter. The article traces back half a year to the series "Cement 4.0 Change and Innovation" serialized in "Zhongshi".
Every Friday, the full edition praises the cement industry's sustainable environmental protection and caring for the e true, or it may be news bought with money, but you and I can't tell the difference." He testified that the deputy editor-in-chief of China Times and the director of the Finance and Economics Department reported that "The Bureau of Industry subsidizes electric vehicles, which affects the development of electric and environmentally friendly vehicles, and 23 causes million people in Taiwan to be poisoned by PM2.5." . If it is the military purchase policy, the safety standards of automobiles and motorcycles, the purchase of health care drugs, etc., the impact on the daily life of the More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels