For the time being, any given idol survival show in China is still more of a traffic and popularity generator rather than a project that aims to reinvent the idol industry.
During the end of February, a firestorm ignited at the intersection of cultural and entertainment circles. Xiao Zhan became the center of heated discussion on social media.
Bilibili presented a documentary "In Wuhan", the first of its kind to document the realities of life in Wuhan during the COVID-19 outbreak.
While the coronavirus outbreak is undoubtedly a matter of paramount importance, here are at least five factors that will put Wuhan on your list of cities to visit once it’s the outbreak has subsided.
Transparency and diligence of fan organizations could be what is missing from most Chinese philanthropy organizations, and their management skills definitely came in handy as the coronavirus hit Wuhan.
Somewhere along the line, staying at home becomes a somewhat arduous practice, especially for those young folks who are constantly fighting boredom.
This is a groundbreaking move for the whole industry, as 'Lost in Russia' is the first ever Chinese film sold to a short video company before its release in the cinema. There are several different perspectives on the long-term implications of the move.
The writers for the Chinese situational comedy iPartment are once again accused of plagiarizing a storyline, in the show’s Season 5 released this month.
Pandaily had an exclusive interview with Bilibili uploader Z, in which he talks about his stories and passion for sneakers as well as how he sees the sneaker market in China now.
With the Year of Rat approaching, Dazhong Dianping, the popular Chinese restaurant and service rating app released its “New Year Flavor Map 2020” revealing the hottest trends in food consumption in the past year.
If there is one thing The Farewell and its director Lulu Wang did wrong, it was being too brutally honest, about the in-between-ness of Chinese-American immigrants, the differences between Eastern and Western culture, and the feelings that come as a loved one passes away.
Ip Man comes to America to find a school for his son, and witnesses a huge amount of racism. He uses martial arts to defeat the villains, and claims a victory for the Chinese martial art Wing Chun.
The past decade has seen an explosion in appreciation for popular culture among Chinese born in the 1990s and later.
For many, 2019 has been a tough year. However, in the internet community, it's always about finding the fun amidst the dullness of everyday life. Certain words or phrases from hit movies, video platforms and online influencers become buzzwords and started spreading across Chinese social media platforms.
The 3.5 hour long entertainment show will celebrate the coming of age of China’s Generation Z, those born between 1990 and 2009, who are entering their 20s and 30s.