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During his 40 years in China, Italian photographer Andrea Cavazzuti documented the lives of everyday people, providing precious views of the country’s opening-up during the world’s last decades offline

Eighty years in the making, a newly published photo archive of Dunhuang’s ancient grottoes offers researchers and readers a rare glimpse of vanishing treasures of Buddhist art

Following the foray of three village teens into the world of traditional lion dancing, animated feature I Am What I Am portrays the modern-day struggles of rural children and young migrant workers – but not without controversy

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Through improv techniques and experimentation, the US-born, Taiwan-based playwright and stage director Stan Lai connects space, time and cultures in his plays

At 74, acclaimed Chinese director Ann Hui talks with NewsChina about her latest film Love After Love, her third based on the works of author Eileen Chang, as well as choosing projects and facing her critics

New York-based gunpowder artist Cai Guo-Qiang talks with NewsChina about his work’s deep connections with people of different classes, cultures and his hometown – Quanzhou