Chinese cartoonist and CDT contributor Badiucao was the subject of a documentary by filmmaker...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 18, 2017
On July 12, as Liu Xiaobo was in his final hours of life and Chinese authorities had made clear...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 8, 2016
Authorities in Shanghai have recently cracked down on rumors of tightening real estate...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 9, 2011
Activist Chen Guangcheng and his family remain under house arrest in southern Shandong province, and a stream of supporters continue efforts to gain access to them. As Chen’s birthday (this Saturday, November 12th)...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 9, 2011
The political cartoonist known as “Crazy Crab,” who published a series of cartoons known as Hexie Farm, has gotten a lot of attention recently for his sharp, satirical drawings which take on censorship, propaganda,...
by Jenny Leung | May 25, 2009
Chu Teh-yung or Ronald Chu, a cartoonist from Taiwan, is getting recognition in mainland China with a new museum built in his honor, despite the tensions between Taiwan and China. From The Yomiuri Shimbun: Late last month, the...
by Mo Ming | Mar 18, 2007
From the LA Times: Little P is a red-haired joker with a robot dog and a mind bursting with rebellion. She has a closet filled with tight, midriff-baring clothes. Her biggest worry is getting fat. Meet Bad Girl, a cartoon aimed at a generation of young Chinese raised on a diet of imported video games, […]
by Sophie Beach | May 6, 2005
From AP: Pat Oliphant will be the first American editorial cartoonist published in China by a Chinese-language newspaper, Universal Press Syndicate said Thursday. Oliphant, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1967, is expected to begin appearing in The Beijing Youth Daily within the next month, Universal said. The message will be that “this is the […]
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