In Part 1 of this three-part series, we discussed the background of the Talpa-Canxing dispute over The Voice of China. Now we’ll see what happened after Canxing broke Talpa’s heart.
One of the most popular shows in China, "The Voice of China," is embroiled in legal controversy, and the outcome could affect every single content license in China.
Foreign films may find it harder to enter the Chinese theatrical market due to new laws being considered by the country’s top legislature.
A limited trademark registration means an entrepreneurial Chinese firm could soon market Star Trek vitamins if it wanted to.
The native German talked with CFI about the effect vast amounts of new money is having on the Chinese film and visual effects industries and the prospects for more science fiction films.
Chinese banks are becoming much stricter with certain types of remittances.
Copyright infringers in China are only required to identify themselves to the copyright owner if the infringers object to the takedown.
Lacking much original IP of its own to make up the ‘themes’ in their theme parks, Wanda is dipping back into Chinese culture and history.
Confirm your Chinese partner company exists and whether it's in good standing with the law.
Imported movies accounted for 38.4% of 2015's total revenues, down from 45.5% in 2014.