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Yang Jie: Journey to a Director

Yang Jie, the renowned Chinese director of the 1986 TV adaptation of Journey to the West, passed away on April 15 at the age of 88. The death of Yang, whose work has influenced generations in China, triggered contagious nostalgia and stirred up a huge sensation.


Andrew Ng: Lighting Up AI

In late March, Andrew Ng, a renowned Chinese-American artificial intelligence (AI) expert, announced his resignation as chief scientist at Baidu...


Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor: Building a Better Hong Kong

On March 26, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor was elected Hong Kong’s leader, topping off a 36-year government career with the honor of becoming the first female chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.


Dialogue Over Doubt for China and India

In the autumn of 1991, soon after receiving a master’s degree from the Center of Chinese & Southeast Asian Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University...


Dong Qing: Both Sides of the Camera

For the past few months, TV personality Dong Qing has been in the national spotlight across China thanks to her work on both Chinese Poetry Competition and Readers...


Shan Jixiang: Palace Museum Gatekeeper

On September 8, 2012, the Palace Museum launched the Palace Museum Forum, a series of non-profit public lectures.


The Country Boy Movie Star

Wang Baoqiang stands in stark contrast with his peers in the Chinese movie industry. He never formally studied acting and can hardly be classified as a heartthrob...


Travis Knight: Telling Stories that Matter

Kubo and the Two Strings definitely had a good start in 2017. After the film was nominated for the Best Animated Feature Film and Best Visual Effects prizes at the...


The Endless Search for Fang Dazeng

At 8 o’clock on the morning of December 12, 2016, having traversed the whole of Beijing City,..


Sang Lei: Specially-recruited Teacher in Deep Mountains

“When you look up, you see mountains, but when you look down, you also see mountains,” declares Sang Lei.


Zhou Dongyu: Forever Young

On November 26, 2016, 24-year-old Chinese actress Zhou Dongyu won the 53rd Taiwan Golden Horse Award for Best Actress for her rebellious and erratic performance in Soul Mate...


Ding Junhui: Prodigy to Master

On September 26, 2016, 29-year-old Ding Junhui won the Snooker Shanghai Masters for the second time by beating Mark Selby 10-6.


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