UK government announces IP education goal2015-06-26

The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has put raising awareness of patent and trademark rights among young people at the centre of its corporate plan.

YouTube removes India's Daughter videos after BBC copyright request2015-06-26

Videos of the controversial documentary India's Daughter are no longer available on YouTube after the BBC requested their removal on the grounds that they infringed its copyright.

Company Special:Huawei P8 smartphone hits the Chinese market2015-06-24

The Huawei P8 smartphone, which was unveiled at renowned arts and fashion venue Old Billingsgate in London in April, has just hit the Chinese market and has already grabbed the attention of a new generation of businesspeople.

China Cultural Heritage Day celebrated by joint exhibition2015-06-17

An intangible cultural heritage show opened on Saturday at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center in Beijing to mark this year's China Cultural Heritage Day.

IP scene2015-06-17


Copyright vital for growth of Dehua's ceramic industry2015-06-17

The improvement of copyright protection has played a vital role in the fast development of the ceramic industry in Dehua county, Fujian province, according to a report by the World Intellectual Property Organization and National Copyright Administration.

EU companies praise IP laws but see areas to improve2015-06-17

The majority of European companies in China praise Chinese intellectual property laws and regulations, although many believe that enforcement still needs to be improved, and that this trend is improving, according to a report released on June 10 in Beijing by the European Union Chamber in China.

IP scene2015-06-10


French authorities help root out fake online goods2015-06-10

Counterfeit products continue to be sold online despite repeated crackdowns, which is a challenge for countries worldwide, said Richard Yung, French senator and president of the French National Anticounterfeiting Committee, at a press conference on June 2 in Beijing.

'Tough path' lay ahead for China's IP sector2015-06-10

While nation excels in creation and filing of patents, it is falling short in its law enforcement WANG XI

The J-Innovation

Steve Jobs died the month that the latest Nobel Prize winners were announced. The coincidence lends itself to speculation about inevitability.

Volunteer team bails out busy court

Government supports unique intellectual property fund

IP service providers showcase products

Experts call for standardization of IP services