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How box-office hit 'Abominable' was drastically changed for its Chinese release

Business Insider Thursday, 3 October 2019 ()
How box-office hit 'Abominable' was drastically changed for its Chinese release· China-based Pearl Studio did tons of behind-the-scenes work to make "Abominable," a movie it coproduced with DreamWorks Animation, culturally relevant in China when it opens this week.
· Pearl Studio chief content officer Peilin Chou described to Business Insider the year-long process the company undertook to dub and adapt...
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