By Muyang Zhuang Manhua, a Chinese term that can be translated into English as cartoon or caricature, wa … 続きを読む A Literature Review on Manhua Studies
By CHEN Yishui; adapted by Yixing Li While Chinese animation originated in the 1920s and had an early impact o … 続きを読む An Overview of Animation Studies in Mainland China, 1949-2020
By Isabel Galwey Chinese Independent Animation: Renegotiating Identity in Modern China offers a systematic, ac … 続きを読む Chinese Independent Animation: Renegotiating Identity in Modern China, by Wenhai Zhou. Palgrave Animation, 2020. 222 pp.
By Chen Hailu; translated by Yixing Li From 1961 to 1988, Chinese animators at the Shanghai Animation Fi … 続きを読む CGI Ink-Painting Animation in Contemporary China, 1989-2019
By Peng-yi Tai Puppets, Gods, and Brands: Theorizing the Age of Animation from Taiwan is a truly unconven … 続きを読む Puppets, Gods, and Brands: Theorizing the Age of Animation from Taiwan, by Teri Silvio. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2019. 270 pp.
By Nick Stember Published in May 1980 by the Shanghai Fine Arts Press, Fellow Ants, Please Be Aware!is a 46 pa … 続きを読む Narratological Analysis of Fellow Ants, Please Be Aware!
By Ling Zhang The extraordinary commercial success of recent Chinese animated films such as Monkey King: Hero … 続きを読む Animated Encounters: Transnational Movements of Chinese Animation, 1940s-1970s, by Daisy Yan Du. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2019. 276 pp.
By Rebecca Scott Lianhuanhua, while varying in size and format are generally palm-sized serial picture stories … 続きを読む A Literature Review: Lianhuanhua
By Weihua Wu Mainland China has been enjoying a renewed appreciation for animation—one that links cyberspace w … 続きを読む Can We Talk about the Rejuvenation of Chinese Animation?
By Lawrence Zi-Qiao Yang Edited by film and media scholars Li Guo and Jinying Li, the two special issues of th … 続きを読む Review of Animating Chinese Cinemas I & II (Special Issues of the Journal of Chinese Cinemas), edited by Li Guo & Jinying Li, 2017.