Tsinghua University has opened a research institute dedicated to preserving Chinese culture and creative design in collaboration with well-known Chinese brands led by ink maker Yi De Ge.
Data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows that from 2011 to 2014, the per-capita average cultural and entertainment consumption of both rural and urban residents had increased by more than 12 percent annually.
A seminar on hi-tech recognition and training was held by Beijing’s State-owned Cultural Assets Supervision and Administration Office (SOCASAO) on July 21.
Representatives from Beijing and Sofia signed a MOU to enhance exchange and cooperation between the two cities in cultural creative industries on July 12.
The Beijing Cultural Creative Industry Association (BCCIA) was founded for industrial development and integration in Beijing on June 16.