Megan Walsh on Understanding China Through Its Literature
By Shannon Tiezzi
In a new book, Walsh explores the wildly divergent genres and styles of writing that are popular in China today.
Chinese Sci-Fi Ascendant: Can Films Match the Magic of Literature?
By Tyler Roney
China struggles to turn sci-fi barnburners into cinema blockbusters.
Why China Needs Both of Its Great Modern Writers
By Yang Hengjun
Both the anger of Lu Xun and the tolerance of Hu Shih have key roles to play in today's China.
The Disturbing Pseudo-Intellectualism of China's Xi Jinping
By David Volodzko
Even while airing his admiration for classic literature, Xi maintains strict controls on China's authors.
This writer once went on a spiritual trek through mountainous southwest China.