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The Last Reservoir of Glamour From China’s ‘Four Great Actresses’

At 93, Qin Yi is the only survivor of a group whose beauty stirred audiences and advanced the Communist Party at the birth of modern China.









China Exhibit, Part of an Anti-Japan Campaign, Reflects an Escalating Feud

An exhibit about a Korean nationalist who assassinated a Japanese politician in 1909 is indicative of the anti-Japanese public relations campaign that China is running.
    

Sinosphere Blog: No Release in Sight for Film Exploring China’s Violence

“A Touch of Evil,” the new film by the celebrated art house director Jia Zhangke, won a best screenplay award at Cannes in May. When it will be shown in China, however, is anybody’s guess.