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March-2-2021
Chloe Zhao makes Golden Globes history
Chinese female director Chloe Zhao won best film and best director awards at the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night, making history as a major Chinese breakthrough. The film will debut in China in April.
March-2-2021
TV documentary seeks to raise awareness on dyslexia
The story is told in a three-episode documentary, titled The Chosen One, which shows the struggles of three children with dyslexia and their families.
March-2-2021
Rising virtual stars bring down the house in digital era
Among the prize winners at the 11th Annual Hollywood Music in Media Awards (HMMAs) in January was one that bucked convention and raised a few eyebrows, largely because the performers were not human.
March-2-2021
China sets $1.88B monthly box office record
China's monthly box office revenue hit a record of 12.2 billion yuan (1.88 billion U.S. dollars) in February, marking the highest-grossing month the country has ever seen.
March-1-2021
Chloe Zhao wins big at Golden Globes
Chinese director Chloe Zhao won best film and best director awards at the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night, making history as the first Chinese director to win both categories.
March-1-2021
'Hi, Mom' continues box office success
Domestic comedy "Hi, Mom" continued to lead daily box office chart on the Chinese mainland Sunday, raking in about 92.95 million yuan (about 14.36 million U.S. dollars).
March-1-2021
366 feature films eligible for Best Picture Oscar
A total of 366 feature films are eligible in the Best Picture race for the 93rd Academy Awards, or the Oscars, organizers announced Thursday.
February-28-2021
Iconic HK actor Ng Man-tat dies
Veteran Hong Kong actor Ng Man-tat has died of liver cancer. He was 70.
February-28-2021
Legendary HK actor Ng Man-tat dies of liver cancer at 70
Hong Kong veteran actor Ng Man-tat passed away on Saturday at the age of 70.
February-28-2021
'Hi, Mom' gains third place on China's box office chart
​The tear-jerker film "Hi, Mom" on Saturday overtook the 2019 sci-fi blockbuster "The Wandering Earth" to become the third highest-grossing film ever screened in China.
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