Jackie Chan Unveils New 3D Animation Series

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The 63-year old re-launched his J-Team cartoon series in Beijing on Thursday, updating the old US-made cartoon into a 3D and "totally made in China,” 104-episode series. Read More

Hong Kong Action Star Donnie Yen Blacklists United Airlines

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Following the forced removal of a passenger from a United Airlines flight and the accompanying internet outrage, Hong Kong actor Donnie Yen Ji-dan has stated publicly that he will never fly the US-based carrier again via his official Facebook account. Read More

Chinese Cinema Absent from Cannes 2017 Selections

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In past years, Cannes has featured Chinese-language cinema by King Hu, Chen Kaige, Zhang Yimou, Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Wong Kar-Wai, Lou Ye, Ang Lee, Johnnie To, and Jia Zhangke, but this year, while Japan and South Korea are well-represented, the only Chinese element seems to be the corpse of a teenager washed ashore on Bondi Beach in a special presentation of Jane Campion’s television series, 'Top of the Lake: China Girl.' Read More

Four More Chinese Cinemas Punished for Box Office Fraud

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The Beijing Miruiku Cinema near Ritan Park in the capital’s diplomatic area was fined over RMB 20 million (US$2.9 million) after an investigation by the Beijing Cultural Law Enforcement Agency found it was guilty of box office fraud. Read More

Feminists Criticize Depiction of Women in Anti-Graft TV Show

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Anti-corruption hit TV series In the Name of the People has won over millions of fans, but Chinese feminists are none too pleased with the show’s depiction of women. Read More

More Hollywood Movies Destined for China Cinemas ‘Likely’: Report

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Just as China has been using restrictions on South Korean entertainment imports as a stick to express its displeasure over that country's preparations to deploy an American defensive missile system, permitting more Hollywood films to be imported on a revenue-sharing basis would be an easily-deployed carrot to offer the United States, as the two sides seek to improve commercial ties after their presidents met in the US last week. Read More

‘A Monster Calls’ Passes Censorship in China

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While a China release date is yet to be announced, "A Monster Calls" in Chinese, is already starting to be marketed online suggesting a May release. Read More

Beijing International Film Festival Announces Competition Films, Jury Members

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Joining actor Jean Reno (The Crimson Rivers), director Rob Minkoff (The Lion King), and jury head Bille August (Pelle the Conqueror) are Chinese actress Jiang Wenli (Farewell My Concubine), Romanian director Radu Jude (Scarred Hearts), Hong Kong director (The Illegal Immigrant), and producer Paolo del Brocco (Fire at Sea). Read More

China’s Millennials Turn Anti-Graft TV Show Into Gay Fan Fiction

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The unlikely object of fan affection is Li Dakang, the fictional middle-aged Party secretary who stands out in early episodes because of his obsession with provincial economic growth. Read More

China’s Top Sci-Fi Writer Nominated for Second Hugo Award

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Liu Cixin's "Death's End" is one of six books nominated in The Hugo Awards' Best Novel category. Read More

UPCOMING EVENTS

Apr 16-Apr 23
Beijing

Apr 21-Apr 29

Apr 21-Apr 23
University of Oregon

Apr 27-May 4
Los Angeles Area

May 7-May 11
The INPUT 2017 headquarters