While the debate rages on whether a movie project should be director-oriented or producer-oriented, Chinese stars are becoming more dexterous in handling both sides of the camera. Some, like Xu Zheng, have taken on the role of the director, with great success, and more are appearing in the credits of the lower-profile but no less crucial producer.
The new Chinese production of Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit is a ghost story rather than a philosophical explication. Art highlights for 2013
Deng and Digital spoke at a recent panel discussion at the Asia Society on how technology is transforming art creation and collection.
Few pet owners in China insure their pets due to patchy legislation on animal ownership and an immature pet insurance market.
As a circus troupe owner, Ma Haiying has not returned home to Suzhou, Anhui province, for Spring Festival for years.
It's 11 pm and Tony To waits anxiously in the airport cargo area as he awaits the arrival of a crate containing his beloved three cats.
Three-year-old Nai Xi enjoys a trip to the salon once a month. Every time, the gray haired schnauzer gets the full treatment: a haircut, mani-pedi and perm.
Showing off cats is an increasingly popular pursuit. A significant industry has built up around competitions.
Hacking has changed over the years. Now, it's US companies accusing China of hacking and vice versa - tit for tat in the realm of cyberspace.
One of the nicest surprises about my nearly four years stay in China is that I've learned a lot about ... Belarus.
The discovery of a 2,500-year-old dagger in Hubei province might prove that the states of Sui and Zeng were actually the same.
In January I was invited to take part in The Japan-China Dialogue: Toward Future-Oriented Japan-China Relationship over four days in Tokyo.