Voodoo, a British brand that’s been around since the 1800s, was acquired by the Chinese group HUAC last year.
The Chinese government’s official media outlet, Xinhua, reported on Friday that the company is expected to open its brand of authentic Voodoo authenticas in 2019.
The company will still be a part of the China Authentic brand.
The brand is one of the oldest in the world and was founded in the 19th century in London.
“The brand is a reflection of China’s historical and cultural legacy and its future,” said Voodoo’s head of marketing and branding, James O’Hagan.
“We believe this new era will be exciting for our global brand.”
In a statement, HUac said the Chinese company will be able to provide a “high quality and authentic VooDoo authenticas.”
The Chinese brand has been a mainstay in the Chinese consumer market for decades.
Voodoo was also known for its innovative products and its brand has helped propel the brand to popularity in the U.S. The original brand was created by a group of French brothers, Jean and Maurice de Rothschild.
The brothers founded the company in 1873.
In 1888, the company expanded to the U, and it went through a series of acquisitions, all of which resulted in the purchase by HUACE in 1992.
In 1995, HUCAC bought the rights to the brand name and trademarks from the brothers, which became Voodoo.
In 1997, HUBAC acquired the rights from HUACA.
VooDs products have been featured in films, TV shows, music videos and ads.
In addition, Voodoo has been featured on the cover of Time magazine, which said it’s the “world’s most popular brand.”