Reform with Chinese characteristics

Reformists are not holding their breath as Chinese policymakers emerge from a closed-door policy summit in Beijing.

Reform with Chinese characteristics

Feng Xiaogang, China’s most popular movie director, complained to the Hollywood Reporter recently that it was hardly worth making films under the Chinese censorship regime.

“It’s ridiculous,” he said during a promotional visit to Los Angeles for his latest movie, Back to 1942. “It almost feels like, Okay, I just don’t want to do this anymore because they’re always there to stop me.’”

Not everyone agrees with Feng, who is best...

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