Sales of instant noodles have been on a five-year decline in China, which may be the outcome of many unrelated factors. Higher purchasing power and more sophisticated palates are two obvious culprits, but so is the law of gravity.
Chinese internet giant Tencent has reportedly agreed to acquire China's leading online music provider "China Music Corp" for roughly $2.7 billion.
As China introduces tougher measures to protect music copyright and more Chinese music-lovers are willing to pay money to download the latest pop songs, the Chinese music industry, in the era of digital music, seems to be gaining momentum again.
How should a filmmaker acknowledge his source material? Many may err on the side of imprudence and a few on the side of caution.
Huayi Brothers Media chairman Wang Zhongjun, 56, a billionaire and art collector, has turned his attention to art trading and plans to set up an auction house in Shanghai this year.
It's only a matter of time before China overtakes the United States to top the world's movie market, in terms of box-office returns, says 20th Century Fox's China office head.
More Chinese parents are planning trips to cater to kids, especially as the semester break begins.
The realities of China's theme parks may soon undergo a virtual transformation－in every sense. Indeed, virtual reality's proliferation means Chinese can instantly experience not only any place in the world but also places that exist only in one's imagination.
More books from the country are arriving on shelves overseas, as the China Book International project launched a decade ago comes of age.
Coloring books are taking on a new role as museums try to popularize historical relics through giving them a place in people's lives.
Both Hollywood and China's film industry have been searching for the secret formula for global hits. Before they find it, 'made for China'－with Chinese money and US talent－seems to be a tantalizing option.