Headlines from China: Will Milk Tea Save the Film Exhibition Business in China?

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Will milk tea, the most popular beverage in China, help Chinese cinemas increase revenue? Read More

Short Video App Kuaishou Doubles Down on Domestic E-commerce

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Content-driven e-commerce is a growing trend in China. Rival short video platform Douyin rolled out a shopping cart feature earlier this month. Similarly, large e-commerce platforms are seeking partnerships with content creators to drive their sales. Read More

Bilibili and Alibaba’s Taobao Partner on E-commerce

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Video streaming site Bilibili is trying to sell more Japanese anime-style skirts to its young viewers. The company today announced a partnership with Alibaba’s online marketplace Taobao, seeking to monopolize on content-driven e-commerce. Read More

Headlines from China: Sunac to Fully Take Over Wanda’s Cultural and Tourism Projects 

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Wanda Group CEO Wang Jianlin is getting ready to let Sunac China Holdings Ltd. completely take over his cultural tourism business, according to a reporter from Caijing Magazine. Read More

Bilibili Debuts on Steam with Two New Games

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Bilibili, the Chinese video sharing and ACG (animation, comic and game) community, has made its debut on the world’s top video game distribution platform, Steam, as the publisher for two new titles of The Con Simulator and Invaxion, expanding to the PC gaming sector. Read More

Headlines from China: A Short History of Tencent Pictures

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As Tencent Pictures turns three, we take a look at what this company has achieved over the past three years. Read More

Headlines from China: Dwayne Johnson’s 2018 Movies Have Grossed Over $293.6 M in China

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's movies have grossed over 2 billion yuan ($293.6) in China, without counting the box office of The Fast and The Furious series. Read More

Headlines from China: Documentaries Flourish on Chinese Video Site Bilibili

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Founded in 2010, Bilibili is a Chinese video site mainly themed around animation, comic, and game (ACG). Interestingly, this site also helped several documentaries, such as Masters In The Forbidden City and National Treasure, gain popularity over the past a few years. Read More

How Foreign Viral Video Stars in China Are Defying Stereotypes

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Young foreigners are finding popularity online by putting their experiences in China front and center. Read More

Headlines from China: Stocks of U.S.-listed Chinese Video Sites Dropped

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After seeing powerful surges earlier this month, stock prices of three U.S.-listed Chinese video sites  iQiyi (IQ), Huya (HUYA) and Bilibili (BILI) suffered declines on Thursday. Read More