- Making films competitive
- Chinese filmmakers should rise up to the challenges resulting from the China-US agreement that will make it easier for US studios and independent filmmakers to reach the fast-growing Chinese market.
- Hands-up for Avril
- Thousands of people gathered at the MasterCard Center in Beijing, anxiously awaiting the princess of punk's performance.
- Tianjin ups sales strength
- Tianjin North Film Group, has struck a string of pre-sales on its animation sequel "Legend of A Rabbit" and added a trio of new titles.
- Preserving cultural identity
- Only the active involvement of young people and the broad awareness of society as a whole will keep China's heritage alive, and allow Chinese society and the world to benefit from these unique cultural forms for generations to come.
- Geniuses should be carefully nurtured
- Han Han, the iconic young Chinese writer, is again the center of attention in China after doubts were raised about the authenticity of his writing.
- The art of making money
- Rapid changes in society, driven by a thriving economy, have fueled creativity and strong high-end demand. As a result, China is now home to almost half of the world's 100 top-earning contemporary artists.