The Chinese Film Association has barred mainland actors and directors from participating in the Golden Horse Awards, Asia’s most prestigious film honors, which are hosted in Taipei. At last November’s awards ceremony, when accepting an award for her independent documentary, “Our Youth...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 25, 2018
The following censorship instructions, issued to the media by government authorities, have been...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 2, 2011
The Venice Film Festival’s classification of a Taiwanese film as a joint production with China has met with indignant opposition from the filmmakers, with backing from authorities in Taipei. From The Guardian: A protest...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 6, 2010
The New York Times reports on a joint project by the Palace Museum in Beijing and the National Palace Museum in Taipei to research the stashing and protection of cultural relics during the 1930s and 40s: The original Palace...
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 Patricia Kim | Mar 20, 2007
by Mo Ming | Dec 28, 2006
From The New York Times: After four years of renovations that closed two-thirds of the building, the museum housing the world’s most famous collection of Chinese art is reopening
by Sophia Cao | Jul 23, 2006
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 5, 2006
From the Archives
Weibo: Anti-Japan Protests
Sep 16, 2012
Foreign Journalists See Conditions Decline
Sep 16, 2014
River Crabbed: The Emperor's Left Hand
Sep 16, 2015
Chinese Vow to Halt Sale of Emperor's Bronze - David Eimer
Sep 16, 2007