Online journals: are political blogs losing their clout? Online models: in China, the internet has spawned a new profession. And on Exit: a musical ode to Tel Aviv.
In his video, Israeli artist Ophir Kutiel, alias Kutiman, pays tribute to the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv. He mixed the soundtrack from snippets of instruments typical for the city on the Mediterranean.
An estimated 400 million Chinese shop online. That's given rise to a whole new profession: the online model.
28-year-old Afu Thomas hails from the Rhineland and entertains millions of Chinese fans every week with his video blogs. In less than a year, he's become an internet superstar.
In this Arts.21 special edition we meet five young, plucky filmmakers from Pakistan, Iran, Mexico, China and Palestine. Their works break boundaries, and that takes courage.
His latest novel, "4321," is considered his magnum opus. American cult author Paul Auster will be reading from it and discussing the work in five different German cities this week.
Samy Deluxe encountered racism at an early age due to the color of his skin. The rapper from northern Germany talks about his experiences in the documentary "Afro.Germany," now on DW.
Rodin's lover, sculptor Camille Claudel, gets museum in Paris.
Insults, rape and death threats: Even though the internet was supposed to be the great equalizer, hate speech online has led women to take a more passive role. In Germany, the search for solutions is on.
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