By Jingyi Zhang The beginning of the millennium was important for Chinese animation. It not only began the rej … 続きを読む Is There a Chinese New Wave in Animation? An Examination of Student Animation in China
By Qiu Liwei; translated by Yixing Li This essay reviews the evolution of Taiwan animation, from the golden ag … 続きを読む Taiwan Animation: From Subcontractor to Creator
By Yiyang Hou Panpan Yang’s PhD dissertation, Animating Space: Towards a Poetics of Chinese Animation, fosters … 続きを読む Animating Space: Towards a Poetics of Chinese Animation, Ph.D. dissertation, by Panpan Yang, University of Chicago, USA, August 2020. 286 pp.
By Yomi Braester In this essay I hope to provoke scholars of animation into considering the role of time, both … 続きを読む Animation, the Obsolescence of the Image, and the Disappearance of Hong Kong Architecture
By Jifeng Huang The History of Chinese Animation, edited by Sun Lijun, makes a considerable contribution to En … 続きを読む The History of Chinese Animation (volume 2), edited by Sun Lijun. Routledge, 2022. 220pp.
By Yang Zeyu; translated by Jessica Morris During the early stages of Chinese animation, teaching materials we … 続きを読む The Evolution of Early Chinese Animation Teaching Materials
By Hui YAN Chen Shaopeng’s recent publication The New Generation in Chinese Animation is based on his PhD diss … 続きを読む The New Generation in Chinese Animation, by Shaopeng Chen. Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. 304 pp.
By Thomas William Whyke and Joaquin Lopez-Mugica Sun Lijun’s edited book The History of Chinese Animatio … 続きを読む The History of Chinese Animation (volume 1), edited by Sun Lijun. Routledge, 2022. 326pp.
By Yasheng She What does it take to transcend a national border to be globally recognized, and what are the re … 続きを読む What is Lost Moving from “Shanzhai” to Global: On the Video Game Genshin Impact (2020)
Download PDF By Kelly Reiling In June of 1950, the magazine Manhua yuekan 漫画月刊 published its first issue in Sh … 続きを読む The Propagandist’s Palette: The Art of Manhua Magazine (1950-1960)