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Slow-paced and undramatic, Gu Xiaogang's "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" shows us the many stories of a small town.
Despite decent production quality, China’s “White Snake” falls victim to sloppy storytelling and surprising salaciousness.
Banned by Chinese censors for a year, "Better Days" gets its big reveal with dark undertones about high school bullying.
Forced evictions, citizen protests, and government corruption do not a happy Communist Party make.
Based on real-world Chinese ascents of Everest in the 1960s and 70s, "The Climbers" does little more than elevate Wu Jing's "action man" credentials and...
We chat with director Teng Congcong about contemporary expectations for women and generation gaps.
Lack of depth plagues China's redux of the eponymous Japanese series "Midnight Diner."
After Chinese netizens lambasted " Shanghai Fortress," Netflix has given the world a chance to comment this latest Chinese foray into scifi.
Heiward Mak eschews direct mentions of cross-strait relations to focus on what family means.
Whimsical, family-friendly, and also a lesson for Chinese Communist Party cadres?