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A Chinese novelist’s move to Montreal gave him the space and perspective to craft his award-winning depiction of the lonely lives of Shenzhen’s migrants

A Chinese novelist’s move to Montreal gave him the space and perspective to craft his award-winning depiction of the lonely lives of Shenzhen’s migrants

Chinese serialized web novels are gaining traction in the English-reading world. Can Chinese pulp fiction enter the Western cultural market just as Japanese manga did twenty years ago?

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Within 24 hours of publishing a 7,000-word autobiographical essay on social media, migrant worker Fan Yusu became China’s most sought-after writer, whipping up a huge storm in her life. When the dust settled a week later, Fan talked with NewsChina about her life, family and literature

Director Zhang Dalei’s debut film portraits an innocent childhood summer in the context of China’s dramatic economic transition

As a lyrical TV show becomes a national hit, poetry, long since marginalized, has become a new craze in China