In China, illegal music downloading from internet and pirated CDs make it hard for pop stars to earn money. That’s also a key reason why they “rely heavily on commercial performances, which make up more than half of...
by Michael Zhao | Nov 26, 2006
From the Wall Street Journal: Everyone from Hollywood to Congress has been pressing China to get serious about the illegal use of music, movies and software. Now, it has picked a crackdown
by Sophie Beach | May 23, 2005
From USA Today: Yu Quan, like every music act in China, gets almost no income from CD sales, even though millions of its CDs have been sold. As soon as a CD is made, the pirates are on the
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