JSSM  Vol.8 No.5 , October 2015
Promote the Development of Cultural Creation Industry through Technological Policies
—Take the Case of Glove Puppetry of Taiwan
Author(s) Wei Song, Xue Qi
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, the development of digital technology profoundly influences people’s consumption patterns around the world. And the progress of cultural creative industry has already brought considerable profits to many countries. So how to develop cultural creative industry with proper policy of science and technology has become a highly focused issue in many countries. This paper focuses on the 3-D Puppet Play which launched by the Taiwan PILI international corporation and tries to explore appropriate ways to make good use of the collaboration between industry-government-academy in order to achieve the value of creative industry. Furthermore, by using this example, the process of tools selection and roles transition of the government in the cooperation, and the theory framework will also be discussed. And all these findings will be a great contribution to the future cross-border cooperation and help to make proper policy of science and technology for cultural creative industry.

Cite this paper
Song, W. and Qi, X. (2015) Promote the Development of Cultural Creation Industry through Technological Policies
—Take the Case of Glove Puppetry of Taiwan. Journal of Service Science and Management, 8, 685-694. doi: 10.4236/jssm.2015.85070.
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