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Former Israeli journalist upholds news objectivity
Pinchas Landau, a veteran Israeli financial reporter, told students of journalism that objectivity remains the bedrock of today's news media even as it undergoes a pulp-to-pixel technological transformation.
China's 'deepfake' videos affect normal people
Hollywood actresses and politicians have been popular victims of "deepfake" videos since they first showed up around 2017, but last weekend it was the turn of millions of Chinese. 
Ang Lee's anticipated 'Gemini Man' sets China release date
The upcoming sci-fi action-thriller is scheduled to be shown on October 18 on the Chinese mainland.
Japanese writer: China's image twisted by US, Japan
A Japanese writer worries China's image is being twisted by some forces in the United States and Japan, preventing the world from knowing the true China.
Chinese sci-fi doesn't end with 'Shanghai Fortress'
China's sci-fi filmmaking odyssey will continue despite colossal flop of the recently-released "Shanghai Fortress."
Ending confusion over a name
The tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng in Suizhou, Hubei province, is one of the most important archaeological discoveries since New China was founded seven decades ago.
Separatist antics halt cross-Straits exchanges
Movies and personnel from the Chinese mainland will not be taking part in the 56th Golden Horse Film Festival in Taipei in November.
Crisis for middle-aged Chinese actresses
In China, although the government, the Constitution and society have promised women more rights, relevance and priority, the silent bias rooted in the dark side of the traditional culture still has the ability to cause pain.
Mulan and Shang-Chi: Not so Chinese as they seem
The Walt Disney Studios sees a bright future in the Chinese market and is trying to please local tastes; however, it now finds itself embroiled in a negative reaction over claims it is misinterpreting Chinese culture.
Documentaries put Chinese creativity in the frame
A project invites foreign filmmakers to visit China and use film to focus on activities that foster understanding and create bonds.
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