Is Winnie the Pooh Banned in China?

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

TCB in RMB: Huayi Brothers Reports Striking Profit Jump for First Half of 2017

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Huayi Brothers, one of China's largest film studios, reported a striking profit jump of 30-60 percent year-on-year in its earnings prediction for the first half of 2017. Read More

China Blocks Dalian Wanda from Completing Overseas Deals: Report

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China is reportedly restricting the completion of six overseas deals by Wanda Group as part of a broader crackdown on offshore investments. Read More

Disney ‘Mulan’ Redux Pushed to 2019

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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

China Denies Banning Personal VPNs, But Facebook Addicts Not In Clear

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Chinese authorities have stated that personal Virtual Private Networks will not be banned (in Chinese), but earlier this month, a popular VPN was shut down. Read More

Chinese State Media Criticizes Tencent’s ‘Honour of Kings’ Game—Again

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This is the second bout of criticism for the game's producer, Li Min, from the People’s Daily; last week's criticism caused Tencent’s share price to plunge. Read More

Animated Film ‘Dahufa’ Entices Audiences with Content Warning

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In “Dahufa,” a warrior goes on a quest to save his prince from a dystopian society, but the violent animated movie mostly stands out for being the first Chinese film to administer its own rating. Read More

Chinese Actress Fan Bingbing Prepares US Lawsuit against Exiled Tycoon Guo Wengui

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Chinese actress Fan Bingbing announced on Weibo on July 13 that she is in the process of filing a lawsuit against the fugitive billionaire and political activist Guo Wengui. Read More

On Screen China: Back to (Monkey) Business as Usual as China Shuts Out Imports

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After a long box office drought for domestic films, action-adventure pic Wu Kong -- China's latest adaptation of the universally-adored Monkey King saga -- kicks off the summer blackout period and will become the first local production in 5 months to gross more than RMB 100 million ($15 million) on a single day. Read More

Streaming Website Bilibili Breaks Silence Over Why It Took Films Offline

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Chinese video streaming website Bilibili announced on Weibo Thursday night that it took down some films for review but some speculate it is censorship. Read More

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