Chinese President Xi Jinping is set to visit Europe on Thursday for a six-day trip to Italy,...
by Cindy | Jun 19, 2017
Variety’s John Hopewell and Emilio Mayorga list several key takeaways for the animation...
by Cindy | Nov 16, 2015
Following Friday night’s deadly attacks in Paris, President Xi Jinping offered his...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 4, 2015
The Guardian’s Caroline Davies reports an apparent battle by Chinese consular officials in...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 16, 2015
The January 7th attack on the Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo inspired an...
by Cindy | Jan 9, 2015
Plainclothes and uniformed police were present at a gathering of foreign correspondents in Beijing...
by Sophie Beach | Dec 22, 2013
Search and rescue teams in France are still looking for the bodies of Chinese billionaire Lam Kok,...
by Mengyu Dong | Jun 19, 2013
Last week, six Chinese students were attacked by three local residents in Bordeaux, France. Zhang Yiwei at the Global Times reports: Three drunk local male residents attacked the students, who had arrived in France two months...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 28, 2013
Two zodiac sculptures stolen from the Old Summer Palace by British and French troops in 1860 will return to China later this year. The animal heads, cast in the mid-18th Century, inspired a set of replicas by artist Ai Weiwei...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 21, 2013
Liao Yiwu spent the early 1990s in prison for writing the poem Massacre, about the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown. His account of these four years will be published in English this summer as For a Song and a Hundred Songs: A...
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