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No More Emoji Acting Please, Angelababy

The Communist Party of China’s newspaper once again criticizes the performances of young actors.
By |January 20th, 2017|Featured Stories, News|
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Virtual Reality Porn Peddlers Arrested in Shenzhen

Pornography is illegal in China, where a 1997 law bans the production and dissemination of obscene content.
By |January 11th, 2017|Featured Stories, News, Technology|
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Commentator Tells Online Critics to Go Easy on Homegrown Cinema

An article published on the mobile platform of People’s Daily on Wednesday attracted ridicule for claiming that “irresponsible” low online ratings and negative comments were damaging trust in the domestic film industry.
By |December 28th, 2016|Featured Stories, News|
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Documentaries Fight for Attention Amid Box Office Boom

Even as the Chinese movie market flourishes, documentaries are always a hard sell. But 2016 saw a glimmer of hope for the underappreciated genre, with Chinese documentaries securing higher ticket sales and some serious accolades on the world stage.
By |December 27th, 2016|Featured Stories, News|
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‘Great Wall’ Production Company Angry Over Critic’s Comments

With a budget of $150 million, The Great Wall is the most expensive Chinese production ever. American actor Matt Damon plays the lead role, alongside several Chinese A-listers and up-and-coming stars.
By |December 19th, 2016|Featured Stories, News|
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Novelist Behind Hit Chinese TV Show Accused of Plagiarizing 200 Works

An alliance of authors, playwrights, and anti-plagiarism crusaders is preparing a lawsuit against an acclaimed online novelist, accusing her of copying over 200 works, online news outlet Jiemian reported Monday.
By |November 23rd, 2016|Featured Stories, News|