China has become a major market for film fans, but increasingly their taste is going into the direction of domestic movies, leaving Hollywood blockbusters behind, tells business analyst Ben Cavender at the WSJ. How domestic movies makers changed from an underdog into a winner on the China market.
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China’s cultural industry is making more surprising inroads, for example when it come to Chinese media in Africa. The China Weekly Hangout discussed on March 7 the advances different Chinese media groups make in Africa with veteran journalists Eric Olander of the China Africa Project, and Lara Farrar, previously working for both the China Daily and CNN. Moderation by Fons Tuinstra, president of the China Speakers Bureau.
Currently the China Weekly Hangout is enjoying a summer break, but will resume activities in the second half of August.