First of all, trademarks. For foreign companies importing goods and services into China, their trademarks are usually synonymous with the brands of their goods and services. For example, the trademark...
A trademark is a sign that enables people to identify the goods or services of an enterprise, distinguishing them from those of other enterprises. According to the definition provided by the current T...
In China, the Chinese terms “版權” and “著作權” are synonymous, both meaning copyright. They refer to the right enjoyed by the creator in respect of their literature, artistic works or scientific works, or...
Patent right is also an important intellectual property right. The works protected by the Patent Law in China include inventions, utility models and designs. For inventions and utility models, protect...
A domain name is a symbol obtained by an individual, enterprise or organisation through registration identifying one’s address on the Internet, e.g., microsoft.com. With the increase in the use of com...
In China, enterprise name rights refer to the right of a lawfully established enterprise to legally use its name. An enterprise name consists of four parts: the administrative area, the name, the trad...
A Vietnamese is online on social media for 2.3 hours/day on average.
A Singaporean stays on social media for 1.6 hours/day on average, a number similar to that in Hong Kong.
With Filipinos the world's biggest Facebook fans, they spend 3.7 hours/day on social media on average, much higher than other ASEAN countries.
An Indonesian spends 2.9 hours/day on social media on average, much higher than Hong Kong.
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