For lovers of foreign films in China, 2016 was definitely a bountiful year. With the release of Hacksaw Ridge on December 8, the number of foreign box-office films imported on a revenue-sharing basis this year reached a record high of 40.
As Japanese animation film "Your Name" entered its fourth week in Chinese theaters, Zheng Zhe decided to see it for a second time.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday praised the German people for their "level-headed" response to the Berlin terror attack.
US President-elect Donald Trump is calling for a strengthening and expansion of his country's nuclear capabilities.
French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday reaffirmed their determination to wage "merciless war" to eradicate terrorism.
Apart from traditional producers, online audio platforms featuring a combination of traditional radio channels and self-produced audio content are also throwing their hats in the ring.
A TV series adaptation of one of the most popular movie series in China, Infernal Affairs, is scheduled to debut on Chinese streaming site iQiyi on Wednesday, 15 years after the first film in the Hong Kong franchise hit big screens.
A total of 23 buses carrying rebels and their families on Monday started leaving the northern city of Aleppo after being inspected by Syrian and Russian soldiers at the Ramouseh crossing of the city, according to Xinhua reporters at the site.
US President Barack Obama said on Friday no other bilateral relationship carries more significance than US-China relationship, and if the US-China relation breaks down, everyone becomes worse off.
Indian scientists have discovered a new species of spider that looks "uncannily" like the sorting hat in the Harry Potter series, and they have named it after the hat's owner, Godric Gryffindor.
Recently a two-year-old website, Wuxiaworld.com, surprised many Chinese people by its great popularity in the U.S.
Virtual candles were lit on Chinese social media platforms on Wednesday for Canadian actor Alan Thicke, as fans of the U.S. sitcom Growing Pains in China bid farewell to the actor they will remember as "the most loving Dad ever on TV."
Though box-office sales growth has slowed this year, insiders believe the coming decade will be a golden age for China’s film industry. For many, this view is based on high hopes for the untapped potential of markets beyond the cinema screen.
CMC and HBO Asia announced on Wednesday in Beijing that two productions they co-produced – "Master of the Drunken Fist: Beggar So" and "Master of the Shadowless Kick: Wong Kei-Ying" – will debut during Christmas time.