If you think “Mandarin” refers to the Chinese language, you aren’t geek enough to enjoy this post.
How long will SARFT allow foreign movie studios to take advantage of co-production rules to get around China’s tough import quotas?
As a testament to my increasing suspicion and paranoia, I wonder whether the latest government move on television programming is more than it appears to be.
The government is now going after movie and TV smoking scenes. I think it’s time we stop screwing around and go after the product itself.
China’s struggling animation industry is a cautionary tale of industry policy. Can regulatory reform save the day?
In its drive for efficiency and innovation, China has set its sights on a new target: popping television show concept bubbles before the numbers of clones and copycats get out of control. How many American Idol knockoffs is enough?