Headlines from China: China’s Golden Rooster Awards Reveals Nominees

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Dying to Survive, a 2018 box office hit, leads the competition with a total of 8 nominations in key categories like Best Narrative Feature, Best Directorial Debut Feature, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor. Read More

Fake Fans Continue to Plague Celebrity, Influencer Endorsements in China

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For Western luxury brands in China, the best way to avoid collaboration failures is the simplest way: brands need to do their homework first. Read More

Hit Web Series “The Longest Day in Chang’an” is Winning the Chinese Internet (and is Now Streaming on Amazon)

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Amid a film industry crackdown, the historically detailed Tang Dynasty epic is this summer's breakout title. Read More

Cai Xukun and Yang Mi Remain the Top Celebrities in China in April: R3

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The April R3 Celebrity Index revealed that Chinese boyband member Cai Xukun and actress Yang Mi were the most-buzzed-about stars in China last month. Read More

Who Are China’s Biggest Stars? R3’s ‘Celebrity Index’ Uses Online Data to Find Out

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Finding the right celebrity can be a shortcut to improved sales for luxury brands in China, as a majority of consumers still see celebrities as their “lifestyle” role models. Read More

Headlines from China: Disney Releases Special Chinese New Year Posters

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The posters thoughtfully combine elements from upcoming Disney films with traditional Chinese imagery to show genuine respect and appreciation of traditional Chinese culture. Read More

Can ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Surprising Release in China Spark a New Round of Luxury Fever?

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How should luxury brands interpret the surprising release of Crazy Rich Asians in China? Read More

Film Review: ‘Sword Master’ Wields a Dull Blade

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Based on a novel by the wuxia icon Gu Long, "Sword Master" tells the story of a virtuoso swordsman, weary of the toll taken on his spirit by violence and bloodshed, who is pulled out of the monastic life he tries to adopt. It is also a remake of "Death Duel," a classic and lurid Shaw Brothers production from 1979, in which Yee appeared as the protagonist. Ergo, it is additionally something of a personal project. Read More

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