Domestic cars the stars at auto expo2011-07-20

BEIJING - A recently concluded auto show had no dancing girls, no ear-splitting music - not even much of an audience bustling through the exhibition hall.

No heat or on the heat -Wong Lo Kat mark dispute2011-05-04

The JDB Group (JDB), a Hong Kong-based beverage producer that uses the Wong Lo Kat (WLK) brand, is getting heated up over a fight between the drink in red and green cans.

Reflection on “Hong Shi Ma” trademark case2011-05-04

Beijing No. 1 Inter mediate People’s Court has reached a conclusion in the first instance on the trademark case brought by Xiangyun Group against the Trademark Review and Adjudication Board (TRAB) of the State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) and the third person BASF SE.

Ten billion yuan for iPad2011-05-03

Apple’s tablet PC iPad was an immediate hit among fans when it was launched last April. Within 60 days after the April 3 launch, it was reported by some foreign media that more than 2 million sets of iPad were sold, a sign of its craziness.

Food fight over traditional Qing Dynasty cuisine2011-03-30

Tanjiacai, or Tan Family's Treat, is a renowned traditional cuisine, but who actually serves the genuine article is in dispute as two Beijing hospitality operations each claim to do it right.

Starbuck’s new trademark logo criticized by consumers2011-03-10

On January 5, 2011, Starbucks unveiled its new trademark to the public. The new logo focuses on its siren symbol and removes the Starbucks Coffee name from around the border of the “siren.”

AIGO ordered to pay 100 thousand yuan for mark of Shenzhou Spaceship2011-03-10

Without approval, Huaqi used the registered trademark in an AIGO advertisement.

Just handful trademarks sell, owners 'unrealistic'2011-03-16

Holding out for high prices, most trademark owners are declining offers, bringing transactions at the new Quanzhou Trademark Trade Center in coastal Fujian province to a virtual standstill.

The 精武 (Jingwu) Trademark Dispute between Wuhan and Tianjin2011-03-06

Duck neck as a traditional Wuhan snack first entered the public view in 2000. Its popularity was primarily attributed to Chi Li, a famous contemporary Chinese writer.

Traditional folk art suffers IP embarrassment2011-03-01

Most of the traditional folk arts which survive the tide of industrialization and maketization are often trapped in the vortex of intellectual property issues.

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