Universal Studios Beijing Still Plans on a 2021 Opening Despite COVID-19 Outbreak

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Universal Studios Beijing is still on track for its scheduled opening in May of 2021 with construction expected to be completed by the end of 2020 despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 outbreak. Read More

Alibaba Tech and Services to Power Universal’s Beijing Resort

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Alibaba announced on Thursday a partnership with Universal Beijing Resort to help the American theme park conglomerate’s digital operations for its newest theme park scheduled to open in 2021. Read More

Headlines from China: New Huayi Brothers Film Town to Open in Zhengzhou in September

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This is the first movie themed immersive amusement park in China's central region. Read More

Headlines from China: Chinese Animation Studio and Theme Park Giant Fanta Wild to Launch IPO

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Fanta Wild, a Chinese entertainment group considered by some as China's Disney, is planning to launch IPO. Read More

Is Wanda Getting Back Into the Theme Park Business?

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Real estate and entertainment conglomerate Wanda Group is not completely out of the theme park business, even though it decided to sell off the management arm of that division in 2018. Read More

Hong Kong Disneyland Takes Loss Despite Record Revenue

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Hong Kong Disneyland Resort has reported a net loss for the fourth year running in 2018, albeit one that was much smaller than the previous fiscal year because it had more visitors, and they spent more. Read More

Headlines from China: Universal Studios Beijing to Open in 2021

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Universal Studios Beijing (or "Universal Beijing Resort"), co-invested by Universal Studios and Beijing Tourism Group, will open in the spring of 2021. Read More

My Search for China’s Best Theme Park

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China has built dozens of theme parks in recent years, but are they any good? Read More

Headlines from China: Disney’s ‘Mulan’ Won’t Be A China Co-production

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Recently, Disney’s upcoming live action film Mulan was registered with China’s Film Bureau. According to information released by the bureau, the film was registered as a “Chinese-assisting production” instead of “Chinese co-production.” Read More

Headlines from China: Will 2018 Become China’s “Hollywood Blackout Year?”

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All the recent government policies send one message: the box office growth of local films will become a top priority. Read More