Interests from abroad shows maturity of Chinese production indusry

China Plus Published: 2017-11-27 16:38:12
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[Photo: from VCG]

[Photo: from VCG]

With the fantasy series Tribes and Empires: Story of Prophecy soon to be aired in South Korea, the United States and Canada, China will have a new hit to be fancied by foreign audiences.

The 75-episode television series, chronicling fights for a throne in a fictional dynasty, quickly attracted more than 100 million views four hours after its online release in China recently.

Distributors revealed more foreign markets, including Vietnam, Malaysia and Japan, have shown interest in broadcasting the series. This year, more than 13,900 delegates and 4,800 buyers from over 110 countries attended MIPCOM (The world's entertainment content market) to market programs and formats for international distribution. 

More than 100 Chinese companies and agencies comprising 400 delegates attended the event in Cannes.

The audio clip is from Studio+, produced by CRI. 

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