Headlines From China: Documentary ‘Days and Nights in Wuhan’ Sets Theatrical Release

Documentary ‘Days and Nights in Wuhan’ Sets Theatrical Release

Set in the central Chinese city, once ravaged by the epidemic, the documentary film “Days and Nights in Wuhan” builds its storyline around the lives of ordinary people, including patients, medical personnel, volunteers and residents, as the virus spread through the city last year. More than 220 filmmakers, actors and celebrities, from Jackie Chan, Zhou Xun to Jackson Yee, have agreed to help promote “Days and Nights in Wuhan” nationwide. China Movie Channel will work with them and local theaters around China to organize more than 300 charity screenings of the film. The completion of the documentary film is not only a memorial and commemoration of the 76 lockdown days in Wuhan, but also has extraordinary significance for Chinese people now and in the future, the director said. Read more China.org

The ‘He Economy’ Is Luxury’s Next Big Thing

Brands’ value propositions have shifted away from catering to stereotypes and towards re-defining masculinity, breaking gender boundaries, and embracing fluidity. Even when it comes to male fashion, streetwear is still a golden ticket for luxury houses wanting to tap young male consumers in China, and beauty, fragrance, and grooming products are all significant growth engines. The biggest challenge for brands seeking a place in this market will be to create dynamic and relatable content for online platforms that’s aimed at their target male consumers. Read more Jing Daily