“The overall style of the illustrations do not conform to the aesthetic tastes of the public,” said the country’s Ministry of Education.
The Yangtze River’s water levels are receding amid an ongoing heatwave in the country.
Blending documentary and reenactment, director Chan Tze-woon compares and contrasts contemporary and historical activist movements.
Artifacts found at the 40,000-year-old site suggest that powders of different hues and grain sizes were produced there.
Everything that distinguished director Zhang Yimou’s famed opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympics feels either lacking or missing altogether here.
The Silk Road Songbook’s polyvocal strategies to share diasporic experiences are a radical reversal of what expressions of resistance and persistence are expected to look like.
The recent atrocities mean that museums working with Chinese state-run enterprises need to think long and hard about their presence.
Ai Weiwei’s childhood recollections are vividly violent.
There is an official ban against the public mourning of Tiananmen Square victims in Hong Kong and mainland China.
Jessica Kingdon’s new film Ascension documents the factories, etiquette centers, and other contemporary curiosities of China.
Hyperallergic interviews Jia about Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue and finding people to testify about their experiences in rural villages over the past seven decades.
While the Chinese director has won acclaim for movies like A Touch of Sin and Ash Is Purest White, his documentaries are an equally vital part of his oeuvre.