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After achieving national prominence in 2015, poet Yu Xiuhua, a rural woman with cerebral palsy who has been controversially dubbed ‘China’s Emily Dickinson,’ has started a battle to take back control over her own life

Dahufa, the first Chinese film to give itself a PG-13 classification, launches a revolution in creative Chinese cinema with its confronting violence and stirring themes

Eddie Peng Yu-yen, one of the most sought-after Asian male leads of his generation, talks with NewsChina about his philosophy of acting

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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?