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

Chinese Firm Accused of Making ‘Ultraman’ Film Without Copyright Permission

 /  News  / 
Guangzhou-based BlueArc Animation Studios is the latest third party to be caught up in a long-running copyright dispute between two Japanese companies. Read More

Meet Virtuos—the China-Based Gaming Company that Gave Star Wars Its Intergalactic Visual Effects

 /  Technology  / 
A little-known gaming company in China called Virtuos was behind the visuals of Star Wars and other blockbuster movies and AAA games. 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

China’s Meitu Teams Up with Facebook to Bring You the ‘Selfie from the Future’

 /  News  / 
By joining Facebook’s AR Studio as an early beta partner, Meitu will bring three AR camera effects to the Facebook camera soon. 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

IMAX in Deal to Open Another Seven Theaters Across China

 /  News  / 
Six of the theaters, which will be added to multiplexes opening in second and third tier cities, are slated to open in 2017, with the last opening in 2019. 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

CAA China Appoints Veteran Sports Executive Mary Gu Shuhang as CEO

 /  News  / 
The veteran sports and entertainment executive Mary Gu Shuhang comes to the newly formed CAACMC joint venture after a long stint at the Special Olympics. Read More

China Box Office: ‘Wu Kong’ Swings to Dominant Weekend Victory

 /  Box Office  / 
Despite tepid audience reaction, fantasy-action pic Wu Kong became the first local production in 165 days to win China's weekend box office crown. Read More

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