Rural lifestyle vlogger Li Ziqi may not create new content in the short-term despite recently settling a long-running legal dispute, according to a report by Chinese media outlet The Paper. The hugely popular vlogger, whose idyllic videos of rural life have millions of views on YouTube and Chinese platforms, reached a settlement with her partner company Hangzhou Weinian Brand Management Co on Dec. 27 after the latter withdrew from the lawsuit, a source close to Li told The Paper. The source added that Weinian’s withdrawal was spontaneous rather than at the request of Li, suggesting that there were no immediate plans to return to content production. Although she hasn’t uploaded new videos for more than 500 days amid the legal wrangling, several multi-channel networks remain optimistic about Li’s return and see little problem with her resuming her role as a top influencer, with many viewing her brand positioning and content as still relatively unique at home and abroad, the report noted. [The Paper, in Chinese]