The original purpose of establishing intellectual property law is to encourage the incentive to innovation. The anti-competitive exercise of intellectual property rights may adversely affect competition and innovation. The developed countries have tailored their competition laws by issuing guidelines and regulations to cover IP issues. The Chinese antimonopoly law 2008 only has Article 55 referring to the application of antimonopoly law to IP rights, it needs to be clarified. Appropriate competition law towards IP related area should be compatible with the socio-economic context of the country. The EU competition law model cannot be directly transplanted into China, due to its unique local context. This paper is to explore how to suggest appropriate ways to tailor Chinese antimonopoly law towards patent licensing related anti-competitive practices through the comparative study between China and EU.