The International Copyright Fair 2019 concluded in the eastern coastal city of Qingdao, Shandong province on July 7.
The three-day event saw the inking of contracts worth 14 billion yuan ($2.03 billion) and drew thousands of visitors, according to its organizing committee.
Covering an exhibition area of 20,000 square meters, the fair gathered more than 300 exhibitors, including more than 50 from foreign countries.
Composed of six exhibition areas, the fair included a dazzling display of IP related products ranging from film, television, and animation to daily supplies.
Eight projects, including a 10-billion-yuan fund for the development of intellectual property as well as an animation industry fund of around 2 billion yuan, were signed at the opening ceremony on July 5.
Diverse forums discussing IP rights were organized during the event, with industry experts, government officials and enterprise representatives discussing how to better protect and utilize IP rights and create new marketing tools to obtain economic and social benefits.
Themed exhibitions were also organized, attracting many visitors.
Guided by the National Copyright Administration of China and organized by the Shandong provincial copyright bureau and the Qingdao municipal government, the fair is designed to promote the transformation and efficient use of copyright resources, facilitate the transformation and upgrading of copyright enterprises, and build an international high-end platform for copyright display and trading.
A staff member from the Palace Museum displays a series of lipstick products. The products, created by the Palace Museum Cultural and Creative Store, provoked excitement among netizens and fashion lovers when they were launched months ago. The patterns on the lipstick cases were inspired by the museum's collection of ancient clothes and the colors came from some of the museum's porcelain wares. [Photo/dzwww.com]
Angry Birds-related products are displayed at the International Copyright Fair 2019 in Qingdao, East China's Shandong province. [Photo/dzwww.com]
Products themed on "the Wandering Earth" are displayed at the copyright fair. The Wandering Earth, a Chinese sci-fi blockbuster with a box office of 4.6 billion yuan (about $670 million), became China's second highest-grossing movie of all time. [Photo/dzwww.com]