On Dec. 25, Lin Qi, CEO of Chinese digital game company Yoozoo and co-producer of Netflix’s upcoming adaptation of The Three-Body Problem, passed away at the age of 39 after a suspected poisoning.
Lin Qi, an executive producer for Netflix’s long-waited sci-fi adaption of “The Three-Body Problem,” was reported to be intentionally poisoned on Dec. 17 by his colleague.
Netflix announced on Tuesday that it plans to adapt Chinese sci-fi trilogy The Three-Body Problem as a new English-language series.
Netflix is just one way to jump on the binge-learning train and help us catch up with the fast-changing world.
iQIYI, online video platform based in Beijing, announced its appointment of Kuek Yu-Chuang as vice president of international business, effective immediately.
Recently, the hit documentary “American Factory” led to heated discussions about the differences in the corporate culture and management style in America and China.
Stranger Things came at a time when Netflix was in desperate need of a new subscriber injection and was preparing to hand the syringe to China regardless of the costs, but the popularity of the show suddenly solved the pressing issue.
Marco Rubio, U.S. Senator (R-FL), filed legislation on Monday that would prevent Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from seeking damages in U.S. patent courts.
Netflix has purchased exclusive distribution rights to stream Chinese streaming website Youku's original web series "I Hear You" outside of China, said the Alibaba-owned video site on May 10.
Recently two major Chinese video websites completed their listing in the U.S.: Bilibili and iQIYI. Although these two companies all belong to the same industry, they have different business models and different values.
“I just saw the headlines saying that iQIYI has fought through bitter years, and I want to tell our friends at the press that it wasn’t bitter for us,” said a host from iQIYI Innovation Building in Beijing on March 29.