Celebrity Culture and the Entertainment Industry in Asia: Use of Celebrity and its Influence on Society, Culture and Communication
by Vivienne Leung, Kimmy Cheng and Tommy Tse
Intellect Books, 2017
Paper: 978-1-78320-807-4
Library of Congress Classification P92.A7L48 2017
Dewey Decimal Classification 302.23095

Offering rare insight into the world of celebrity and media in China and beyond, Celebrity Culture and the Entertainment Industry in Asia looks closely at the dynamics of stardom and celebrity endorsement in the region and examines its impact on marketing and media.
Through first-hand interviews with celebrities and entertainment industry practitioners, the authors discuss the social, cultural, and economic influences of celebrity. Dialogues with celebrities such as Kwok-Leung Kam, Bob Lam, Denise Ho, Hilary Tsui, and Francis Mak provide insider accounts of celebrity formation, management, and marketing in Hong Kong and Mainland China, as well as South Korea and Taiwan.

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