Author: Natalie Ornell

Natalie Ornell is a Master's student in Asian Studies at UC Berkeley. She completed her undergraduate degree in East Asian Studies and English at Wellesley College. At Wellesley, she freelanced for an immigrant-focused newspaper in Boston's Chinatown, the Sampan, and also interned as a reporter at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. She currently serves as an Ambassador for the television program, LinkAsia, in San Francisco. You can read her blog on Asia-related events at UC Berkeley by visiting
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Paul Pickowicz on a Century of Chinese Film

Distinguished Professor of History and Chinese Studies at the University of California, San Diego Paul G. Pickowicz draws on decades of research in China on Film: A Century of Exploration, Confrontation and Controversy (Rowman & Littlefield 2013). The 376-page study moves chronologically as each chapter explores Chinese films, filmmakers and filmmaking from Shanghai

August 18, 2014 12:40 PM

State Media In Overdrive Over Marco Polo Bridge Incident

A month after Beijing avoided addressing its own history of 25 years ago, China Real Time’s Te-Ping Chen reports on the Chinese government’s “amped up treatment” of this year’s July 7 commemoration of the Marco Polo Bridge incident. The clash marked the start of China’s War of Resistance against Japan in 1937. President Xi Jinping led other

July 8, 2014 7:27 PM

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