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10 May, 2017

Baseball legend Yogi Berra's quote is appropriate for describing the quickly-changing sports environment in China, which has warmed to foreign games as major brands seek to position themselves for growth.

06 April, 2017

The AmCham China Sports Committee kicks off its 2017 programming with Kent Dong, agent to some of China’s biggest stars, as the sports market in China looks set for huge growth.

18 August, 2016

The Media & Entertainment industry business climate is significantly more optimistic in China than other foreign business sectors, evidenced by 92% of industry respondents forecasting revenue increases for 2015 as compared to 2014.

10 May, 2016

The law's wording on intellectual property issues and box office fraud are two promising areas that show willingness to reform from Chinese lawmakers. Restrictions on distribution of foreign films, however, have made little progress.

03 July, 2015

Top journalists Cheng Lei (CCTV-News), Huang Shan (Caixin Media) and Charles Hutzler (Wall Street Journal) formed a panel centered on China in 2020 to offer their perspectives on these questions and more concerning China’s near future.

17 April, 2015

At an event held at by AmCham China, Dexter “Tiff” Roberts from Bloomberg Businessweek, Jason Subler from Reuters and Charles Hutzler from The Wall Street Journal outlined the topics they anticipate will dominate news on China for 2015.

20 March, 2015

What unites audiences in China and the US? At the March 18 event “Creating Film and TV Content for Audiences in Both China and the US,” a panel of experts offered their answers to this crucial question for the entertainment industry.

01 March, 2015

American sports famously root for the little guy, and now they’ve landed their sights on the ultimate underdog success story of the 21st century – the Chinese consumer class.

02 February, 2015

AmCham China had the honor of hosting Jaime Florcruz, former CNN Beijing Bureau Chief, for a celebratory dinner marking his retirement from not only his job but also his position as the longest serving foreign correspondent in China.