*Time* and *Schedule** Ask for references to Olga Gil at the School of Communications.
*Qualification**: *Students hold a foreign passport.
*Fees**: *Participants have to be responsible for their own travel expenses. The tuition fee is 5000RMB, which includes accommodation, meals, tuition, tickets and other cultural activities fee.
*Achievements**:* Students who have successfully pass all the courses and exams are eligible to obtain 3 credits of Chinese language course and 2 credits of Chinese cultural course.
*Registration way：* Fill out the application form and send it to Xiaohan [lixiaohan at nwpu dot edu dot cn] via
email before May 14, 2017.
Global Media and China Index. Volume 1, December 2016
Special Section: Media and Entertainment Industry: The World and China
- Introduction by Anthony De Ritis. Media and entertainment industry: The world and China
- Terry Flew, Entertainment media, cultural power, and post-globalization: The case of China’s international media expansion and the discourse of soft power
- Weiying Peng, Sino-US film coproduction: A global media primer
- Giuseppe Richer, Global film market, regional problems
- Yilu Liang, Wanqi Shen, Fan economy in the Chinese media and entertainment industry: How feedback from super fans can propel creative industries’ revenue
- Diming Tang, Robert Lyons. An ecosystem lens: Putting China’s digital music industry into focus
- Yu Zhang, Nicholas Lovrich. Portrait of justice: The spirit of Chinese law as depicted in historical and contemporary drama