China Experts | Chinese culture, art, design

China Experts | Chinese culture, art, design

China experts roundups are a series of weekly roundups focused on Chinese culture, economy, lifestyle, design, architecture, contemporary arts, cinema, technology, Chinese history, Chinese language, etc.

China experts - We'll ask a question to collect insights from a group of experts and we'll publish the roundup on China-underground.

A few questions to Robert G. Price, author of 'Space to create in Chinese Science Fiction'. Robert G. Price, born in Grimsy, UK, has spent many years travelling and working with foreign languages. Fascinated by hearing of his Grandfather's military...
Sex life in China - The constant rush of modern life is the archenemy of one's sex life. The meaning of sex has been reduced to something of a fast food meal, eaten for the purpose of filling one's...
Interview with Nate Thayer, an American freelance journalist whose journalism has focused on human rights, areas of military conflict, and narcotics trafficking. On Sept 20, 2014, agents of the Shanghai State Security Bureau of the Ministry of State Security approached...
’Alfred Raquez’ was the pseudonym of Joseph Gervais, a bankrupt French lawyer who fled to the Far East in the late 1890s and had access to some of the powerful players in French Indochina. He wrote prolifically about China and...
In China, there are now countless of ghost towns, entire neighborhoods dotted with modern and often well-decorated buildings, but it seems that they are simply abandoned to their sad fate. But why does this happen? There are several reasons why...
We asked a few questions to the legendary American director John Carpenter about Big Trouble in Little China, the cult movie that takes place in the San Francisco Chinatown of the 1980s. The Chinese, during their diaspora in America, brought...
Human trafficking in China - Ben Randall, an Australian filmmaker uncovers a local human trafficking crisis: Vietnamese women are kidnapped and sold across the border and taken as brides and prostitutes for Chinese men. [vimeo 169616475 w=640 h=360] Human trafficking in...
RongRong & inri, the influential photographic husband and wife team who have shaped contemporary photography in China and beyond, were recognised for both their careers as artists and their significant impact on Asian photography.  Each year the Sony World...
The most surprising thing about Getting Home is that it’s inspired by a true story ... What happened in reality? I came across it as a news item some three years ago. The real story was much simpler than mine....
Zhu Xian: How time flies! Ten years passed in a flash. I remember asking you at the end of 1986 when you were about to leave for France, «At the “age of establishment,”1 you are still leaving your native...
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