‘Thousand-hand Bodhisattva’ sued for infringement – Coldness Kwan

From China Daily:

“Thousand-hand Bodhisattva(ÂçÉÊâãËßÇÈü≥)”, a show performed by 21 deaf-mute artists from the China Art Troupe of Disabled Persons, has enjoyed critical acclaim from audiences both at home and abroad ever since going on tour following its thrilling debut on the 2005 CCTV Spring Festival Gala Show, but is currently being sued for infringement, according to the Changqing Evening News.

Mao Difang, 71-year-old retired dance director, filed a lawsuit suing Zhang Jigang(张继钢)-head of the Troupe of the General Political Department of the China Liberation Army and China Art Troupe for Disabled Persons for infringement. Mao is asking for one million yuan in compensation. [Full Text]

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