New policies on copyright protection of ISO/IEC standards2011-11-01

Pushed by the development of digitalization and internetization, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the Inter national Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) have published new policies for copyright protection of standards in order to cope with the challenges of the new situation.

Innovative Mode and Focus on Operation2011-09-23

ChineseAll ( is a pioneer in the online publishing sector of China with major advantages in the eBook content.

Zhai Xin, a Calligraphy Master with Special IP Views


Zhai Xin, master of Chinese calligraphy, always gives people a down-to-earth atmosphere, which differentiates himself from the refine literati like Fan Zeng, whose distinct designation goes to Tang suit, or the idiosyncratic artists labeled with cocktails. He wears shirts and suit pants and speaks a pure northeastern accent. However, his simple appearance seems hard to cover his eminence.

ChinaJoy experts advise on gaming IPR2011-07-31

Du Bin, chief executive of Beijing-based YOKA Games, publishes an add-on package to its board game, Shanguosha at this year’s China Digital Entertainment Expo and conference (ChinaJoy), hoping to further differentiate itself from Shanguozhan.

Tale of two trains: 'Copy and paste' from a Japanese television series?2011-07-27

The animated TV series Train Hero scheduled to be shown on more than 100 TV channels in China beginning next month has been ironically termed "a miracle" by Internet users who have watched its online trailer.

Baidu in a copyright war2011-05-04

The Internet search engine giant Baidu received on March 15 a denounce letter from 50 writers, quite a few are nationwide well-known, over its infringement of their copyright.

Officials look to tackle copyright piracy issue2011-04-21

100,000 software products to be protected by 2015

Baidu fails to satisfy writers over copyrights2011-03-31

Baidu has failed to satisfy Chinese writers by deleting digital files that infringe on copyrights from its online library. Meanwhile, musicians in the country are getting organized to challenge Baidu over its alleged failure to protect copyrights.

War of the words over online piracy2011-03-30

Writers face uphill struggle to prove copyright infringement, report Qiu Bo, Duan Yan and Li Li in Beijing.

Online copyright fight against Baidu2011-03-29

The copyright dispute between dozens of Chinese writers and the Internet search engine Baidu is of landmark significance.

The J-Innovation

Steve Jobs died the month that the latest Nobel Prize winners were announced. The coincidence lends itself to speculation about inevitability.

Volunteer team bails out busy court

Government supports unique intellectual property fund

IP service providers showcase products

Experts call for standardization of IP services