Entertainment Category

Western brands risk alienating China’s young, modern consumers with campaigns that miss the mark culturally and play to Western clichés of the country, according to marketing experts.Read More
Global streaming giant Netflix has finally found a doorway into the vast Chinese entertainment market, months after pulling back on efforts to launch its service there.Read More
Chinese travelers are changing. Opulent suites overlooking the Seine. Armfuls of shopping bags on Fifth Avenue. Private beaches in the Maldives. China’s ultra-wealthy travelers have been there and done it.Read More
The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino is billing itself as Las Vegas’ first Asian-themed resort, funded in large part by Chinese investors. The property, set to open Dec 3 with a traditional lion dance..Read More
Macau casino operators listed here are struggling as more mainland Chinese tourists head to rivals in Cambodia, where travel costs are lower.Read More
When China aired HBO’s first season of Game of Thrones in 2014, the viewers were furious. The version that the Chinese got to see was different from what the rest of the world enjoyed.Read More
Spending is up, even with growth slowing and stocks slumping: China's consumers increased spending on travel and entertainment as hundreds of millions of people traveled during the holiday last week.Read More
A common sight in China, is a group of friends at a café – or even a romantic couple at a fine restaurant – individually absorbed by their mobile phones, not speaking a word to each other.Read More
China - a decade ago not a major player in Southern California tourism - last year sent nearly 800,000 people to visit the shops, museums and tourist attractions in and around America's second-largest city. Read More
Forget the sites — Chinese tourists visiting the greater Big Apple area last year came for the price.Read More