Kaohsiung Film Festival

China’s Export of Censorship

For the soon-to-be-defunct Far Eastern Economic Review, Christopher Walker and Sarah Cook write about the Frankfurt Book Fair, the Kaohsiung Film Festival, and other efforts by the Chinese government to impose censorship...

Taiwan Feels Heat Over Uighur Film

In the latest example of the Chinese government trying (and sometimes succeeding) in imposing censorship over cultural events overseas, the Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung has rescheduled a showing of The Ten Conditions of Love, a...

Taiwan Film Fest to Show Uighur Documentary

From the CBC: A film festival in Taiwan has announced it will be screening a documentary about the exiled leader of China’s Uighur minority, in a move that’s bound to upset the Chinese government. Organizers at the...



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