Well I was being somewhat rhetorical , but.... The Voice of China premiered 2012, although it's now called 中国好声音, which is extremely popular with young people. There are a lot of successful Chinese anime artists working on Genshin Impact. But I see you've stopped your streak of intellectually swindling people on this forum, keep it up.Popeye, thanks for posting these pictures. Keep them coming.
It's a complex question, but in short more risks need to be taken. The Chinese education system doesn't exactly reward cultural creativity. Although there's an element of conformity in South Korea and Japan, things like animation/manga/etc are seen as acceptable career choices there, whereas in China they're not as much.
As for the entertainment system itself, due to strict censorship it rarely takes any risks. If you think about manga for example, there is a lot of it and much of it is highly provocative, not just on a sexual level but also in terms of magic/spirituality, politics, attitudes towards authority, etc. Those sorts of publications would not be allowed in China.
It's the same with TV and movies. It would not have been possible for a Chinese company to make a show like The Voice, or any of the other K-dramas that show corruption at the highest levels of business, officialdom and police, especially given that the crimes are normally solved by a few mavericks against the orders of their superiors.
There will probably some individual successes in the near future, but if China wants cultural soft power on the level of South Korea and Japan, I think the censors will need to back off and allow more politically/culturally challenging material. Similarly children will need to be given more opportunities to express themselves, rather than tread a narrow line.