Tim Gong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of iQiyi. Photo: SCMP/ Tom WangTim Gong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of iQiyi. Photo: SCMP/ Tom Wang
Tim Gong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of iQiyi. Photo: SCMP/ Tom Wang

iQiyi, the ‘Netflix of China’, sees opportunities as Chinese audiences move increasingly away from Hollywood fare to embrace local content

  • China’s box office was the world’s second largest at US$8.73 billion in 2018, only behind the US

Topic |   Streaming video and TV
Tim Gong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of iQiyi. Photo: SCMP/ Tom WangTim Gong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of iQiyi. Photo: SCMP/ Tom Wang
Tim Gong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of iQiyi. Photo: SCMP/ Tom Wang
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