Summer hit film Crazy Rich Asians will finally debut in China, months after topping box office sales in North America. The romantic comedy will screen in the world’s second-largest cinema market from November 30 after receiving approval from the country’s film regulator, Hollywood studio Warner Bros. said. Crazy Rich Asians review: an important film, yes, but a good one? Crazy Rich Asians has taken some US$230 million worldwide, according to movie data website Box Office Mojo, and is still showing in Hong Kong nearly two months after its August 23 debut. An adaptation of a bestselling novel by Kevin Kwan about Singapore’s rich and elite, the movie, the first US studio film in 25 years with an all-Asian cast, unexpectedly topped the North American box office for weeks over the summer and has been celebrated for opening the door to more diversity in Hollywood.