The National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) has released a draft of proposed amendments to China's copyright law for public comment. The aim of the current revision is to bring China's copyright law further into line with international standards and raise the level of copyright protection in China. The proposed amendments concern, inter alia, the scope of protection, the ownership of copyright, the limitation of rights and measures for enforcement and dispute resolution.
The public may still submit feedback until 30 April 2012.
More information, including the draft version of the copyright law, can be found on the NCAC website (Chinese only).