As western powers cut back their spending on international broadcasting, China launches an offensive to win the continent's hearts and minds.
This week we are producing a digital version of the New Statesman in Mandarin, to evade China's internet censors. Here's why.
Censorship and oppression have obliterated creativity in China, Ai Weiwei tells Angie Baecker.
Recently released from detention, the artist Zhao Zhao is channelling his experience into his work.
When Yang Jisheng’s father died from starvation in 1959, he thought it was an isolated tragedy. Years later, he learned the truth about the Great Famine.
Zhu Rikun, a leading light of independent Chinese film, on its troubled future.