A filmmaker and a blogger are among those beginning to take on China’s notorious Cultural Revolution. Even half a century later, it’s a sensitive subject in China, about which young people know very little. But that may be starting to change.
An exhibition in Berlin's Museum for Photography opens new perspectives on 50 years of Chinese images, focusing on the "10 years of chaos" from 1966-76. How do contemporary photographers deal with this inherited imagery?
After spending years criticizing the Chinese authorities, the dissident artist keeps dealing with difficult issues by focusing on refugees. As Ai Weiwei turns 60, here's a look back at the restless provocateur's career.
Audrey Jiajia Li was a prominent TV journalist in China, but she quit before getting fired for complying with the official line. Now seeks freedom of speech on social media - but still lives with fear.
Fifty years after Mao Zedong launched the "Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution," Chinese society has still not found a consensus on how to judge it, writes Sinologist Felix Wernheuer.
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