News “JENESYS 2024” Chinese Copyright Industry Delegation visited CODA

On June 4, 2024, 29 members of the “JENESYS 2024” Chinese Copyright Industry Delegation visited CODA from China and held an exchange meeting to promote mutual understanding in the field of copyright.

Group photo of CODA and delegation

“JENESYS 2024”(China) is an exchange program promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan to promote understanding between Japan and China. The program invites and dispatches young people who will be responsible for the future of China, and aims to increase their interest in, understanding of, and support for Japan and to further deepen friendly relations between Japan and China. This time, as part of “JENESYS 2024” (China), 29 young people and others from the copyright-related divisions of the Capital Copyright Association and its member companies were invited to the program from June 2 to 8 under the theme of “Copyright Protection”, which was conducted by the Japan-China Friendship Center and CODA provided implementation cooperation.

On the day of their visit to CODA, CODA Representative Director Goto and others participated in a social event held in the CODA meeting room and introduced CODA’s various projects, focusing on anti-piracy issues and challenges in the digital and online age. The delegation also asked CODA many questions and exchanged lively opinions on copyright protection and infringement countermeasures, providing a valuable opportunity to obtain information on the opinions and concerns of the young delegates who will lead the copyright industry in China in the future.

Scene of exchange meeting①
Scene of exchange meeting②

(translated by automatic translation system)

About CODA
CODA (Content Overseas Distribution Association) was established in 2002 at the call of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and the Agency for Cultural Affairs to promote the overseas development of Japanese content and take anti-piracy measures. Japan’s proud content, including music, movies, anime, broadcast programs, video games, and publishing, plays an important role in enhancing the nation’s international presence and economic growth. As digital technology becomes more widespread, it is even more significant to protect Japan’s content from increasingly artful copyright infringement and promote the content industry’s development. CODA contributes to the deterrence and detection of online and other piracy, by sharing knowledge with relevant government agencies, organizations, and companies in Japan and abroad, to engage in direct and indirect anti-piracy measures, as well as public relations activities. Visit for more information on CODA’s projects.

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