October 16, 2014 3:32 PM
1989 expatriates factories factory workers film forced demolitions foreigners in China Foxconn France fraud freedom of expression funerals Gansu Germany Global Times Google graffiti Guo Xiaolu Han Dynasty Hao Jian Haruki Murakami Hillary Clinton history HIV Hong Kong house arrest Huang Yan Huang Yong Ping Hu Shigen ideology IPad IPE journalism June 4th kenneth lieberthal labor conditions lawyers Liao Yibai Liao Yiwu Li Jin Lin Fengmian literature Liu Bolin liu di Liu Yi Li Yuanlong local government Ma Jun manufacturing Mao portrait
May 10, 2013 1:35 PM
Yesterday at the Beijing Forum on Literature and Art, President Xi Jinping addressed a gathering of artists, writers, and performers, calling
NPR has published a review of Xiaolu Guo’s newly released novel I Am China: In an authoritarian state, is all art necessarily political?
September 10, 2014 11:46 AM
The passing of Wednesday’s Tiananmen anniversary has brought apparent resolution to the cases of a few of the dozens detained ahead of it,
June 6, 2014 10:28 PM
- Documentary Explores Beijing’s Graffiti...
- Video: Ai Weiwei’s “Million Dolla...
- “$1m” Ai Weiwei Vase Smashed in M...
- CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Bookmaker Colet...
- Ten Questions for Cartoonist Badiucao (巴丢草)
- Canadian Artist’s Work Vanishes in Beij...
- North Korean Propaganda Artists Paint a Rosy ...
- Meet Ai Weiwei’s Artist Brother
- Executed Hawker’s Son Accused of Copying
- Turning Chinese Propaganda Against Itself
- Ai Weiwei In The News Again
- Ai Weiwei’s Eighty-One Days
- Zhang Daqian Outsells Picasso
- Artist Zhao Zhao: ‘I Try To Resist Bein...
- China’s Resistance Art Beyond Ai Weiwei
- Contemporary Chinese Art: Young and Restless
- Artist Puts iPad on Pedestal
- Tibetan Man Self-Immolates, Dies in Gansu