See Wikipedia on capital punishment in China and capital offences in China.
- There are 46 "capital crimes" which can lead to the death penalty. The full list is in the second source.
- However, "the exact numbers of executions, and death sentences, are considered a state secret by China, and are not publicly available."
So your question is not answerable with publicly available information.
Addendum: looking at the now-deleted video, the execution is by firing squad. This is not standard in China, according to the first Wikipedia article, since lethal injection is more common now and in some provinces is also the only legal form of execution. Coupled with the fact that capital punishment is highly secret in China, I suspect the video is staged.
Addendum #2: the people executed in that video appear to be wearing boards that say what crimes they were convicted of. The quality of the video is poor, but one sign appears to be legible - the one at 4:17. The crime appears to be extortion (you can compare the Google Translate characters vs. the text on the board). By the second link above, this is not a capital offence, further casting doubt on the legitimacy of the video.