In a recent harangue on the imperative of better journalism, a website run by the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Propaganda Department tore a jagged page from the wisdom of American newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer: “A journalist is the...
It took a while, but James Bond finally won over Chinese audiences as Spectre, the 24th film in the franchise.
Eric Olander, Cobus van Staden, Lily Kuo from China Africa Project
The U.S.-based online news site Quartz is among a growing number of international media companies that is investing resources to better cover Africa. The company launched Quartz Africa in June 2015 with the opening of a new bureau in Nairobi and the...
Tighter licensing could further reduce amount of foreign content streamed in China.
Despite the recent economic slowdown in China, the country's film market is growing even faster than anticipated...
Marvel's "mighty" superhero Ant-Man continued to punch above its weight at the Chinese box office, winning a second consecutive week...
The state visits of Chinese Communist Party General Secretary and President Xi Jinping to Washington, D.C. in September and London last week were both significant milestones in China’s long term “rejuvenation,” a key element in Xi’s vaunted notion...
Hong Kong is home to the happiest people in Greater China, closely followed by Taiwan, according to Tencent.
Kaiser Kuo, David Moser from Sinica Podcast
The West has spent decades pleading with China to become a responsible stakeholder in the global community, but what happens now that China is starting to take a more proactive role internationally? In this podcast, Kaiser Kuo and David Moser are...
An odd thing happened when movers came to box up Ruth Kirchner's furnishings as she was preparing to return to Berlin after a decade in China...
Watch the country’s culture ministry get eviscerated on social media.
Chinese bloggers label 45-part drama called Liangjiahe as latest homage to omnipotent ‘Big Daddy Xi’.
New rules may require some Chinese shows to delay broadcasts by as much as six months.
JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ
An Australian journalist was misquoted as saying the people of Tibet had a “wonderful life.”