FILM

The Mountains Sing: Yang Xiao on Documenting Guangxi’s Fading Folk Music

A new film by Guangxi-born director Yang Xiao bends an ear to the region’s dying tradition of ethnic folk ballads

GALLERY

Children of the Corn: How Pan Dehai’s “Fatties” Distort the Past and Present

Painter Pan Dehai talks with TWOC about the ’85 New Wave movement and the reception of his cute but satiric political works

FEMINISM

The All-Female Punk Band With a Social Conscience

TWOC sits down with all-female punk outfit Dummy Toys to talk about feminism, avoiding labels, and what music means to them

ARTS

Wang Tuo’s Savage Country

Artist Wang Tuo offers macabre meditations on China's past and present

FILM

The Light Inside

Director Khashem Gyal on film as a religion and how real culture is “inner” culture

TRADITIONAL CULTURE

How a Chongqing Teahouse Fuses Art and Dessert

A Chinese millennial couple creates contemporary Chinese sweets and designs that make a difference in daily life

GALLERY

Tapestry of Life and Death | Art

Beijing-based fiber artist Yue Mingyue talks to TWOC about connecting life and death through her work

LIFE

The First Blind Chinese Person to Summit Everest

Zhang Hong talks to TWOC about being first blind Chinese person, and third blind person in the world, to summit earth's tallest mountain

FILM

Telling the Story of the Titanic's Chinese Survivors

Steven Schwankert talks to TWOC about his documentary 'The Six' and the lost history of Chinese passengers on the Titanic

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