China's new film industry law provides the regulation needed to help bring the fast-growing market into a golden era, according to industry insiders.
The first set of laws and regulations targeting China's cultural industry officially came into effect on March 1.
The importance of museums playing a bigger role in cultural heritage and environmental protection was highlighted by a senior cultural official on Wednesday.
Adopted at the 20th Meeting of the Standing Committee of the Eighth National People's Congress on July 5, 1996, promulgated by Order No. 70 of the People’s Republic of China on July 5, 1996.
Ministry of Culture organized informal discussions with some performing companies for suggestions to against tickets hoarding, misleading advertisement and other irregular actions in performing market.
"Harmful cultural products" in China will soon be blacklisted, the Ministry of Culture announced on Wednesday.
A newly-revised regulation on art dealing, issued by China's Ministry of Culture on Tuesday, has eased restrictions on import and export of works of art.
China's film watchdog will launch a campaign against box office fraud on Wednesday.
A circular to crack down on bootleg recording was issued by the State Administration of Radio Film and Television (SARFT) on Dec 21, 2015.
According to the latest circular issued by the Ministry of Culture, companies will adopt self-regulation and take the main responsibility for their online music products.
A report shows that 1,094 historic gardens and parks in Beijing lack of overall protection and are particularly at risk, even facing permanent disappearance.
Children in China under the age 10 are prohibited from participating in any commercial advertising as part of several amendments added to the advertisement law of China.