Arts• News• Features• Opinion• Photos• Video• Art & Design• Movies & TV• Stage• Books• Music
Movies & TV
TV show highlights Chinese relics
The Nation's Greatest Treasures, a China Central Television variety show that premiered in 2017, have captured increasing audience numbers recently.
Youngsters take up legal challenge
The reality show, Exciting Offer 2, has garnered lots of fans, not least because it shows how the younger generation behaves after graduating from universities.
China box office top earner crosses 185 mln USD
Heartwarming film "A Little Red Flower," the top earner at China's box office since its release on New Year's Eve, saw its total earnings hit 1.2 billion yuan (185 million U.S. dollars) as of Monday evening.
​Top 10 foreign films in China 2020 reviews the foreign films that performed best in China in 2020, reflecting changes in the market as well as indicating future trends.
'A Little Red Flower' continues leading Chinese mainland box office
Chinese feature film "A Little Red Flower" on Wednesday remained the top-grossing title on the Chinese mainland market, raking in 16.76 million yuan (around 2.59 million U.S. dollars) within the day.
45th Hong Kong Int'l Film Festival to go hybrid
HKIFF45 will go hybrid with both in-theater and online screenings as well as audience-engagement events.
'The High Note' to inspire China's dream chasers
​Musical romantic comedy "The High Note" opens to the Chinese film market this weekend, and is the latest musical to come from Universal Pictures.
A glimpse at Spring Festival Chinese film releases
The week-long Spring Festival holiday starting on Feb. 11 is usually a busy, lucrative movie screening season in China. It will see the release of eight titles, all domestic productions, according to the schedule already disclosed by film data platforms.
Entrepreneurs drama tops China's popularity chart thrice
A sequel to the 2018 hit drama "Like a Flowing River," which follows three pioneering entrepreneurs after China's economic reform in the late 1970s, has topped the weekly popularity chart for Chinese-language TV series on review platform Douban thrice.
Symposium on online comedy show wraps up in Beijing
A symposium where representatives from radio-and-television-related associations, experts in mass communication and veteran media practitioners gathered to comment on the upcoming fifth season of the online comedy show Roast wrapped up in Beijing on Jan 11.
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  

Send your storiesGet more from