China IP ’s Patent Issue Looking for Cooperation

China IP ’s Patent Issue Looking for Cooperation


China Intellectual Property Annual Conference (CIPAC) and the AIPPI World Congress 2019 will be held in September respectively in Beijing(Hang Zhou) and London. As the official media partner of both events, China IP will assign its elite journalists on site to report and promote the Patent Issue.

To display the development and achievement of China’s patent industry, the ability and position of Chinese patent service providers, and to introduce the latest global patent trend and environment, China IP is producing an English version of Patent Issue, and will distribute on both events.


For Chinese patent service providers who aim at global business and cooperation, and foreign service providers who are interested in Chinese market, we are looking for cooperation and collaboration with you to enrich the content of China IP ’s Patent Issue.

*2018 China’s patent case/trial recommendation

Introduce a patent case/trial of 2018 in China, with synopsis and its typical significance. The cases should be related to patent in application, objection, retrial, infringement, invalidation as such.

*Interview of person(s) or team

Interview person(s) who are influential in China’s patent industry, or rising Chinese patent service team, to show their expertise and experiences.

*Publication of patent related articles

Publish a professional article related to patent. The article will also be published on and

*Advertisement on China IP ’s Patent Issue

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The opportunities are limited, for more information, please contact:

李瑶 010-65159855 /13683605397 (Chinese Service)

李奇 010-52188230 (English Service)

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