Wendy Wu (MWE China Law Offices) was quoted in this publication regarding the amendments to China's Trademark Law. Ms. Wu pointed out that, under the amendments, sound will for the first time become eligible for a trademark in China. She explained that, as in the U.S., sounds could now be recognized as a unique asset for which individual and businesses could seek a trademark. However, there are many technical issues to resolve in China, including how best to enforce sound trademarks and the standard of determining the similarity and identity of two sound trademarks. To view the full article in Chinese, click here.