Fashion with Chinese elements surges, but is it just a fad?
The golden age of Chinese animated film
The handbook on humblebragging in Chinese
Zhang Yimou writes "scar literature" about cinema in One Second, a film set in the Cultural Revolution
Couples in China seek equality through “double-ended marriage”
Artist Wang Zhanwu paints a love letter to a small northern community
Unmarried women face difficulty accessing gynecological exams
Films about ethnic minorities gain acclaim among China's urban movie-goers
Installation artist Fan Bo explores anxiety, senses, and Covid-19
Chinese hip-hop dance troupes tackle ancient customs and present-day social critiques
The elderly livestreamers making a splash in a youth-focused online world
A cumbersome plot dilutes Back to the Wharf's attempt to tackle sensitive and timely topics
Workers, loneliness, and "silicone doll experiences"
Director Jia Zhangke's departure creates anxiety over future of China's premier independent film festival
The humorous Zhejiang news program with a star-making reputation
The first of TWOC's new series of storytelling events was an evening of laughter, love, and reflection
Thanks to all who joined as at Aotu Space and Zoom on Thursday night!
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