China Dalian Wanda Group, a privately held conglomerate with operations in commercial property, tourism and creative industries, is eyeing the country’s emerging cultural industries. Having invested up to 10 billion yuan ($1.59 billion) during the past 6 years in related projects, Chairman Wang Jianlin revealed at a conference in Wuhan. He said Wanda could see revenues of as much as 40 billion yuan from cultural sectors in the next 5 years, given current trends. Its cinema unit, which runs 86 movie theaters with 730 screens across the country, recorded 1.78 billion yuan in box office income last year, topping industry rivals.