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Sidelined for nearly a century in literary circles, Chinese science fiction has finally entered its golden age – and shot into the global spotlight

Influential Tibetan filmmaker Pema Tseden has garnered acclaim at home and abroad with his observant, insightful and uniquely authentic portrayals of contemporary life and culture in Tibet

Once restricted reading in China, J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye has since become an acknowledged part of the literary canon and one of the most influential American works for generations of Chinese writers and readers

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Prominent auteur Wang Xiaoshuai’s family saga So Long, My Son delivers a shrewd critique on four decades of controversial issues through the lives of ordinary people caught in tumultuous social change

A ceremony was held on February 28 in Indianapolis, Indiana to return to China 361 items or sets of cultural relics, the largest ever return of cultural objects organized between the US and China. 

Will China’s hit sci-fi movie The Wandering Earth be a giant leap – or just a small step for the country’s cinema?