While in recent years, most Chinese reality TV shows have either been inspired by or simply copied from established programs in South Korea, a new show, tailor-made for China, stands out.
Chinese cinema saw unprecedented growth in 2015, not just in its record-setting ticket sales, but also in the quality of its paraphernalia, including film posters.
The Chinese have been familiar with the lyrics of the revolutionary opera, The White Haired Girl, for the past seven decades or so.
Anyone curious to know about lesser-known Chinese New Year dishes could find the answers in an upcoming culinary documentary.
A new film promotion for the popular Chinese series A Bite of China has been released.
Total box office revenue over the three-day New Year Day Holiday in China has hit a record high.
This year has been historic for China's film industry. As of Dec 3, China's total box office sales for 2015 reached a record high of 40.05 billion yuan ($6.18 billion).
Chinese filmmakers stepped out of Hollywood's shadow, producing films that set box-office records even as critics say artistic merit still lags behind.
Still photos of Run for love, starring actress Zhang Ziyi and actor Eddie Peng, were released. The film opens on Valentine's Day in 2016.
Stars have walked the red carpet for the premiere of Chinese film Mr. Six in Beijing.
Hong Kong actor-turned-director Stephen Chow is returning to the spotlight after three years out of public view.
Andy Lau and Chow Yun-fat — the iconic stars of Hong Kong cinema — will reprise their 1989 roles in the hit action comedy God of Gamblers in the upcoming film The Man from Macau III.