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Drawing the News: Xi Jinping vs. Winnie the Pooh

Images of children’s book and cartoon bear Winnie the Pooh have been used to poke fun at China’s president since 2013, when social media users noticed their alleged resemblance during a visit by Xi Jinping to the United States. On Saturday, the meme reared up again, spurred by a Weibo...

Drawing Ire

The South China Morning Post Magazine profiles mainland Chinese cartoonists and explores how they...

Little Rabbit Be Good

World Policy Journal profiles cartoonist Pi San, who has created numerous popular animations featuring a little boy, Kuang Kuang, including a satirical take on a children’s song, Little Rabbit Be Good: Pi San’s gift for...

Taiwan Cartoonist Captivates China: Chu Teh-yung

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...

Dispatches from China’s Earthquake

Comic Book Resources interviews comic book artist Coco Wang, who created a series of comics about the Sichuan earthquake. Her series is reposted on this site. In the interview, she explains why she created the series: My purpose...

Podcast: Manhua! China Comics Now

Listen in as Alex Fitch at Panel Borders interviews the next generation of Chinese comic artists, whose pages are now on display as part of China Now, a six-month festival bringing Chinese culture to the UK. The free exhibit is...

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