As the art industry confronts a new digital age, a show by Austin Lee in Beijing considers the relationship between art, technology and the human experience.
While Douban's loyal holdouts still regard it as the digital bastion of China’s nonconformists and bohemians, others have given up on what they now see as just another mainstream social media platform, ridden with cheap content and a shallowed-out community spirit.
As one of the largest and most academic art biennales after the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic, the 2021 Chengdu Biennale was held on Tuesday with the theme of "Super Fusion".
The 2021 Chengdu Biennale is currently being held in the cultural capital of southwest China, Chengdu. This major event in the artistic calendar will last until April, 2022.
On Monday night, the People's Procuratorate in Beijing's Chaoyang District approved the arrest of Kpop star Kris Wu.
During the Tokyo 2020 Games, China's profit-first self-media industry generated traffic through the sophisticated manipulation of people’s emotions.
As regulated after May 31st, Beijing citizen who give birth to a third child will enjoy 30 days of maternity leave and 15 days of paternity leave.
China's regulator on Tuesday proposed strict controls on so-called "idol cultivation programs", while focusing on the management of talent shows by monitoring the setting of voting procedures.
Arguments from Wu’s supporters held firm even after the superstar’s detention. They represent some of the recurring voices against China’s feminist movement in general.
For millions of Chinese dot-com workers, to work or not to work overtime presents an endless struggle.
Online dating platforms has gained enormous popularity among younger generations in China in the past two years.
A fancy “antique fruit basket” sold on Amazon stirred a hilarious online discussion recently among Chinese netizens after the product’s actual intended use was revealed to be a spittoon or chamber pot.
How did the Pandaily team celebrate Spring Festival in seven different cities? Let’s hear everyone’s holiday stories.
This is Li Ziqi, a Chinese vlogger who recently broke Guinness World Record for “most subscribers for a Chinese language channel on YouTube” with 14.1 million subscribers.
A fierce online debate over traditional gender norms broke out last weekend following China’s Education Ministry’s response to a proposal on preventing the “feminization" of male teenagers.