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 post from...
by Samuel Wade | May 4, 2018
On Wednesday, The New York Times' Raymond Zhong and Paul Mozur reported that, while China's tech...
by Cindy | Jun 19, 2017
Variety's John Hopewell and Emilio Mayorga list several key takeaways for the animation industry...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 15, 2017
Cartoonist Rebel Pepper comments on the case of Guangxi Normal University Press social media...
by Josh Rudolph | Jun 9, 2015
China's Ministry of Culture has released a blacklist of 38 Japanese cartoons for containing...
by Anne Henochowicz | Feb 24, 2015
A series of animated shorts about Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign appear to have been...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 19, 2012
Hexie Farm's latest entry in his CDT Series is a response to last week's National People's Congress meeting, which saw the dismissal of Chongqing Party Secretary and Politburo member Bo Xilai. The cartoon depicts the battle...
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