Beijing has since 2015 stressed intellectual property education as part of a national strategy to become a technology leader, according to a report broadcast on
The China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) recently published a document that outlines its strategy to achieve super IP power status this year. The document,
A series of short articles has been published featuring the experience of IP enthusiasts who have been inspired, or driven, to come up with creative
China has come a long way in many areas of innovation and technology, including intellectual property education for which it has assumed a leadership position.
“Knowledge of intellectual property rights is playing a more important and ever-growing part in China’s social development and basic education,” reports China Daily. Intellectual property
A recently released study from a leading IP organization has found that persons born in Generation Z, the group immediately following Millennials, are conflicted when