- Wiling Collaborators: Media Collaboration on the Chinese Mainland Michael Keane, Brian Yecies, and Terry Flew / 2. Creative Clusters, Glocalization and the New International Division of Cultural Labor Terry Flew / 3. Collaborators, Mediators and Processes: Film Co-productions in China Weiying Peng / 4. Willing to Succeed: Cultural Power, BAT + W in China Michael Keane / 5. The New Geography of the Global Blockbuster: Wanda Scales Up by Michael Curtin / 6. Two Systems Differential: Informal Media and Decolonization in Hong Kong Darrell William Davis / 7. More than Willing: Hong Kong Cinema’s Reconfiguration in the China Market, Shi-Yan Chao and Emilie Yueh-yu / 8. The Co-production of Chinese Nuanced Fantasy: A Case Study of Stephen Chow's Box-office Success Mermaids Hong-Chi Shiau / 9. Managed Circulation of Japanese Comics in China: Localization, Re-localization and Export Anthony Fung / 10. Webtooniverse and the Mobilization of a New Hallyu Aesthetic Brian Yecies / 11. Cross-straits Online Collaboration: Multiple Publics and Intractable InstitutionsElaine Zhao / 12. Japanese Cultural Adaptation, Formats and Remaking in East Asia Seiko Yasumoto / 13. Regionalizing Reality: The Rise of Korean-Chinese Collaborations in Television Production Ju Oak Kim / 14. Localizing Korean reality shows in China: the practice of production and censorship Arjen Nauta / 15. Pan-Asian Celebrity and Manufacturing Women's Desires on East Asian Screens Big and Small Tania Lim / 16. Creative Migration: Talent and Celebrity Movements to the Chinese Mainland Joy Zhang / 17. Hong Kong Cinema: Reconnecting its South-East Asian Heritage Peichi Chung
Brian Yecies is a Senior Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at the University of Wollongong, where he teaches and researches on film, digital media, creative industries, innovation ecosystems, and cultural policy. He is the author of The Changing Face of Korean Cinema, 1960-2015 (2016), and Korea’s Occupied Cinemas, 1893-1948 (2011) – both with Ae-Gyung Shim. He is also a chief investigator on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project “Willing Collaborators: Negotiating Change in East Asian Media Production”, and Council for Australian Arab Relations-DFAT project "Networking Women Entrepreneurs in Sydney and Dubai: Innovation Hubs, Sustainable Policies and Strategies for Success”.
Terry Flew is Professor of Media and Communications and a Chief Investigator with the Digital Media Research Centre at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. He is the author of The Creative Industries, Culture and Policy (2012), Global Creative Industries (2013), New Media: An Introduction (Oxford, 2014) and co-author of Media Economics (2015).