By Ann Y. Y. Leung The world-renowned style of Chinese ink-painting animation emerged in 1960 with the release … 続きを読む A Brief History of Ink-painting Animation in Hong Kong
By Sean Macdonald “Humanity is far from understanding itself. The turning point of civiliza … 続きを読む The Father on the Moon (Yueqiu shang de fuqin), by Hu Xiaojiang. Guangzhou: Huacheng, 2021.
By Daniel Dooghan Gejun Huang’s dissertation seeks to understand how gaming entrepreneurship works in China. R … 続きを読む New Frontier of Digital Media and Entertainment: Exploring Entrepreneurship in the Chinese Digital Game Industry, Ph.D. Dissertation, by Gejun Huang, University of Texas at Austin, 2020. 179 pp.
By Jason Cody Douglass Armed with a Type-38 rifle to protect herself from bandits, 16-year-old camerawoman Dua … 続きを読む Chinese Animation and Socialism: From Animators’ Perspectives, edited by Daisy Yan Du. Brill, 2022. 287 pp.
By Muyang Zhuang In December 2020, an exhibition was held by the Guardian Art Center in Beijing to celebrate t … 続きを読む Bell Boy: Cartoonists and Animated Filmmaking in Southern China, 1940–1949
By Christopher Rea Animation appears throughout Chinese cinema of the Republican era (1912-1949). Historians h … 続きを読む Animation and the Republican Chinese Film Industry
By Adela Hurtado It was Fall 2016, and I was studying law for a semester in Shanghai at the East China Univers … 続きを読む Journey to the Best: A Journey through Law and Policy for a Flourishing Chinese Animation Industry
By John A. Crespi What exactly are manhua, otherwise known as Chinese “cartoons”? The word manhua is easy to t … 続きを読む Manhua as Magazine: The Case of Shanghai Sketch no. 10
By Chuanhui Meng Rebecca Scott’s PhD dissertation, “The Production and Distribution of Lianhuanhua … 続きを読む The Production and Distribution of Lianhuanhua 1949-1966, Ph.D. Dissertation, by Rebecca Scott, University of Nottingham, 2016. 322 pp.
By Jeremy E. Taylor John A. Crespi’s Manhua Modernity: Chinese Culture and the Pictorial Turn represents an im … 続きを読む Manhua Modernity: Chinese Culture and the Pictorial Turn, by John A. Crespi. University of California Press, 2020. 198 pp.