Xu Wei

Feature Reporter
Movie industry sees solution for visually impaired - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Movie industry sees solution for visually impaired

Starting January 25, visually impaired audiences can watch "Lost in Russia," Shanghai's first movie with a special narration channel, at 50 cinemas around the city.
Animated spy adventure with Chinese characteristics - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Animated spy adventure with Chinese characteristics

Hilarious animated adventure film "Spycies," a joint effort of Chinese and French filmmakers, hit cinemas across China.
China's box office rakes in US$9.25b - Entertainment in China
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China's box office rakes in US$9.25b

China's film box office raked in more than US$9.25 billion in 2019, a 5.4 percent increase over the previous year. Homegrown productions continued to show robust growth.
Exciting shows lined up on iQIYI platform - Entertainment in China
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Exciting shows lined up on iQIYI platform

A new series of online programs will air on the video-sharing website iQIYI this year. Suspense film "Detective Chinatown" has been developed into a creative online series.
New year makeover for local TV channels - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

New year makeover for local TV channels

The former Documentary Channel and Art Channel have been integrated and renamed Docu TV. The former Movie Channel and Drama Channel have merged as well.
New platform for music exchange opens in Shanghai - Shanghai Metro News
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New platform for music exchange opens in Shanghai

Steinway Hall Shanghai will offer live performances and master classes. It also showcases advances in piano-making technology.
Chinese New Year inspires stand-up comedy show - Entertainment in China
Entertainment

Chinese New Year inspires stand-up comedy show

The performance was a crossover effort by Fun Factory and Wonderful Pistachios. Talk show star Si Wen was among those cracking jokes.
Promoting cinematic diversity and creativity - Entertainment in China
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Promoting cinematic diversity and creativity

This year will herald a new dawn for Shanghai as the metropolis hosts a film exhibition every week throughout 2020.
Bestselling author 'Begins, Again' as a scriptwriter - Entertainment in China
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Bestselling author 'Begins, Again' as a scriptwriter

Dingding Zhang's new film "Begin, Again" is centered on the hardships and struggles of white-collar workers who leave their hometown to pursue a dream in a big city.
Black comedy paints the silver screen - Entertainment in China
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Black comedy paints the silver screen

"A Windfall Trap" hit cinemas across China over the festive period. Set in 1944, the film is centered on small western town folk who suddenly find themselves showered with money.
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