Li Ruigang, chairman of CMC, hinted that mainland film regulators will loosen their grip on the number of foreign titles allowed for release in China. Photo: Handout Li Ruigang, chairman of CMC, hinted that mainland film regulators will loosen their grip on the number of foreign titles allowed for release in China. Photo: Handout
Li Ruigang, chairman of CMC, hinted that mainland film regulators will loosen their grip on the number of foreign titles allowed for release in China. Photo: Handout

Soft power: China’s Hollywood dreams not just about making money, says media tycoon Li Ruigang

Mainland media tycoon admits that China’s Hollywood deals are also about gaining influence and building soft power

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Li Ruigang, chairman of CMC, hinted that mainland film regulators will loosen their grip on the number of foreign titles allowed for release in China. Photo: Handout Li Ruigang, chairman of CMC, hinted that mainland film regulators will loosen their grip on the number of foreign titles allowed for release in China. Photo: Handout
Li Ruigang, chairman of CMC, hinted that mainland film regulators will loosen their grip on the number of foreign titles allowed for release in China. Photo: Handout
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