Alibaba and Tencent Make Fortune’s Global 500 List

 /  News  / 
While Jack Ma’s personal wealth has made him China’s richest man, according to Fortune's Global 500, his company still trails. Read More

China Announces Top 10 Films for the First Half of 2017

 /  Box Office  / 
Despite all the buzz surrounding “Dangal,” it’s “The Fate of the Furious” that led the top 10 films in China from January to June. Read More

What’s Next for Wanda?

 /  Opinion  / 
Something’s amiss when China’s richest man isn’t able to do overseas deals. Read More

A Short Recent History of Huahua Media

 /  Money  / 
Huahua Media, which burst onto the China movie scene waving big checks, sells a majority stake for relative small change. Read More

Is Winnie the Pooh Banned in China?

 /  News  / 
Western news outlets are reporting that the A.A. Milne character has been banned, but searches still turn up plenty of material. Read More

Disney ‘Mulan’ Redux Pushed to 2019

 /  News  / 
With the shadow of "Wonder Woman" possibly now looming over her, Disney's live-action production of "Mulan" will now likely premiere in late 2019. Read More

Lights Out: China’s Summer Import Blackout about to Return

 /  News  / 
Movies fans from China should enjoy summer blockbusters during their holidays elsewhere, as those films won't be showing up on screens in China for weeks after their North American debuts, new reports indicate. Read More

China Textile Company Ditches Schmatta for Movie Business

 /  Money  / 
The company indicates on its website that it is a leader in "high-end home textile jacquard fabrics." Read More

Wanda Group to Sell Amusement Park Business for over $9 Billion: Report

 /  Money  / 
Property developer Sunac China Holdings Ltd. will pay RMB 63.2 billion (US$9.3 billion) for Dalian Wanda Group hotels and amusement parks, in a move that can only be seen as Wanda retreating from a fight it picked with Disney over the theme park business in China.  Read More

CFI Interview: Director Dayyan Eng ‘Wishes’ for Success with New Comedy

 /  News  / 
Born in Taiwan, raised in Beijing, educated at the University of Washington and a graduate of Beijing Film Academy, director Dayyan Eng moves between English and Mandarin Chinese with ease. Read More

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