The 10 Best Chinese Language Movies of 2017 (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan)

 /  Guide  / 
2017 has been a very interesting year for the Chinese-speaking world. The collaborations between China and Hong Kong have resulted in a number of blockbusters, Chinese filmmakers continue to produce unique films, Hong Kong is trying to reinstate its former status, while Taiwan keeps producing masterpieces of all genres. Read More

Why ‘Operation Red Sea’ Isn’t Like Other Chinese War Movies

 /  Opinion  / 
The film turns away from grand, black-and-white depictions of conflict to capture its cruelty and complexity. Read More

Film Review: The Great Buddha+

 /  Reviews  / 
The so-called poetry of poverty gets a particularly rare and beautiful workout in writer-director Huang Hsin-yao’s affecting, very funny “The Great Buddha+.” Read More

Beijing Film Insiders Balk as China’s Film Market Moves Towards Becoming World’s Largest

 /  Opinion  / 
Though China's box office is indeed booming, some Beijing film insiders harbor doubts about China becoming the biggest movie market on the planet. Read More

Headlines from China: Will 2018 Become China’s “Hollywood Blackout Year?”

 /  China Film Insiders  / 
All the recent government policies send one message: the box office growth of local films will become a top priority. Read More

Three Movies on Netflix Featuring the Hottest Chinese Actors

 /  Guide  / 
Here are three Chinese movies on Netflix you can watch now that feature some of the hottest Chinese actors. Read More

New York is Jam-packed with Great Chinese Films This Month, Here’s What to See

 /  Guide  / 
Call yourselves lucky, New Yorkers. So much to see this month: “New Noir: Chinese Crime Films;” Jackie Chan’s 1995 revival; Christopher Doyle’s homage to Hong Kong; Feng Xiaogang’s ‘Youth;’Wang Nanfu’s ‘I am Another You;’ and more…. Read More

Chinese Film ‘End of Summer’ Makes It To Busan International Film Festival

 /  News  / 
Zhou Quan’s family drama is one of four from the Greater China region that has made the list, joining ‘Somewhere Beyond The Mist’ from Hong Kong, ‘The Last Verse’ and ‘One Night on the Wharf’ from Taiwan. Read More