Headlines from China: Can The Three-Body Cosmos Rival The Marvel Universe?

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It was announced at the recent Asia-Pacific Science Fiction Convention that two upcoming comic books will be published at the end of this year as part of The Three-Body Cosmos series, which is co-developed by Youzu Interactive and Future Affairs Administration (FAA). Read More

Headlines from China: ‘Deadpool 2’ Hasn’t Passed The Chinese Censorship

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20th Century Fox, which has successfully released several R-rated films in China in the past, hasn’t managed to make "Deadpool 2" pass the Chinese censorship. Read More

Headlines from China: ‘The Three Body Problem’ is Better Off with Amazon? 

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After the Financial Times reported that Amazon might develop and produce three seasons of episodes based on Chinese sci-fi novel The Three Body Problem, Chinese netizens and sci-fi fans have been expressing their joy over such possibility. Read More

Headlines from China: Filmmaker Wong Jing Raged at Video Platforms at Hong Kong FilMart

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After listening to presentations by executives from iQiyi and Qi Shu Youyu, Hong Kong filmmaker Wong Jing was full of rage and accused the platforms of streaming web films that employed Hong Kong film IPs without permission. Read More

Headlines from China: Sci-fi Fan Barack Obama Meets Chinese Novelist Liu Cixin in Beijing 

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At the recent Global Education Summit in Beijing, former U.S. President Barack Obama met Chinese sci-fi writer Liu Cixin whose science fiction novel 'The Three-Body Problem' reportedly influenced Obama's presidency. Read More

Why Chinese Sci-Fi Fans Love Homegrown Heroes

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Film and literary protagonists wield ancient philosophy to ward off alien invasions. Read More

Is Sci-Fi the Next Big Chinese Cultural Export After Kung Fu?

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While a younger generation of Chinese readers have been voraciously reading stories from around the world for decades, Chinese science fiction has barely begun to seep into Western libraries. But those that have, have done so with resounding success. 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

China’s First Homegrown Sci-Fi Film Struggles to Market

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The delay may have caused marketing team layoffs, and while the visual effects team turns over, anonymous insiders gripe to the press. Read More