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Over the past 17 years, the evolution of the Chinese creative media landscape has been fast and economically disruptive both locally and internationally. As seen in Chap. 4 through the analysis facilitated by the combined use of Peterson’s and Lemaire’s models, a set of intertwined political, economic, regulatory, technological, organisational, market, and labour forces have shaped the Chinese creative industries.

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    This situation reinforces the need to complement Peterson’s model with Lemaire’s political angle in the context of China.

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    In China, art forms symbolising political protest through coded language are already quite common.

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Poujol, P. (2019). Conclusion. In: Online Film Production in China Using Blockchain and Smart Contracts. International Series on Computer Entertainment and Media Technology. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02468-0_11

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