China Literature Limited, an investment holding company, operates an online literature platform in the People's Republic of China. The company's flagship product is QQ Reading, a unified mobile content aggregation and distribution platform. As of December 31, 2019, its library featured 8.1 million writers and 12.2 million works of literature, including 11.5 million original literary works created by writers on its platform, 400 thousand works that are sourced from third-party platforms, and 280 thousand e-books. It is also involved in the self-operated channels business on partner distribution platforms. In addition, the company licenses the content to third-party partners, such as Baidu, Sogou, JD.com, and Xiaomi Duokan for distribution, as well as offers online paid reading and content adaptations into various entertainment formats. Further, it provides reading, copyright commercialization, and writer cultivation and brokerage services; and operates text work reading and related open platform through technology methods and digital media, including personal computers, Internet, and mobile network. Additionally, the company engages in the production and distribution of television series, web series, and films; licensing and distribution of film and television properties; licensing copyrights; sale of physical books; and operation of in-house online games, etc. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Shanghai, the People's Republic of China. China Literature Limited is a subsidiary of Tencent Holdings Limited.