Venturing into the wilds of China, "Born in China" captures intimate moments with a panda bear and her growing cub, a young golden monkey who feels displaced by his baby sister, and a mother snow leopard struggling to raise her two cubs.
Through interviews with both victims and instigators, Nanfu Wang, a first-time mother, breaks open decades of silence on a vast, unprecedented social experiment that shaped — and destroyed — countless lives in China.
Dateline: November 1967. Within klicks of Danang, Vietnam, sits a U.S. Army base, bar and hospital on China Beach filled with wounded soldiers and one very lovely but damaged Army Nurse Colleen McMurphy. Many heroes, dead and alive, try to make sense of life and death in between bourbon, bullets and battles.
China, IL – meaning "China, Illinois" – is an animated television series for the cable network Adult Swim. The series is created by Brad Neely, and features Neely's existing characters from the China, IL web series and special. Characters include Frank and Steve Smith, aka "The Professor Brothers," and Mark "Baby" Cakes. Neely provides the voice for all three characters. The series is produced by Williams Street and animated by Titmouse, Inc. China, IL has been renewed for a second season with the possibility of a new half-hour runtime. On May 25, 2008, Adult Swim ran The Funeral, an 11-minute special which was streamed on the now defunct Super Deluxe website. The special combined Brad Neely's Professor Brothers and Baby Cakes webseries, which were also streamed at Super Deluxe, and established a larger environment for the characters. The special, as well as Brad Neely's other videos, can be viewed at Neely's YouTube page.
The dazzling array of mysterious and wonderful creatures that live in China's most beautiful landscapes.
Based on events in 7th and 8th-century Tang dynasty and starring producer Fan Bingbing as the titular character Wu Zetian, The Empress of China is the story of the only woman in Chinese history to rule as an emperor.
China Smith was a 1950s television adventure series starring Dan Duryea. The television show takes place in Singapore. Much of the cast and crew also worked on the film World for Ransom, which is considered an extension of the television program. Director Robert Aldrich had also directed two episodes of the series. The title character was a soldier of fortune wearing a white suit living in Singapore who would face danger and excitement every week. The series was made with a two-year gap; the first 26 episodes being filmed in Mexico, the second 26 episodes were shot in 1954-1955. In 1959 Daffy Duck played China Jones a parody of Duryea's character.
In “Street Dance of China,” four celebrity “team leaders” — industry A-listers Yi Yangqianxi of TFBoys, Taiwanese heartthrob Sho Luo, actor and former Super Junior member Han Geng, and ex-EXO singer Huang Zitao — select and train their own competing dance troupes from a pool of 390 contestants.
The story of two rival families in a small Chinese town of the late Qing Dynasty. Old and new, traditional and modern, tyranny and freedom, collide with each other in a life long competition.
Reel China is the flagship show of CRIEnglish Online. Created by Rob Hemsley in 2010, Reel China was and still is the only China-based entertainment show about Chinese movies designed primarily for English-speaking audiences. In a typical episode, Rob and co-host Karen Jin introduce a Chinese movie as well as its star. Shows regularly include celebrity interviews, with past interviewees including James Cameron, Darren Aronofsky, Lu Chuan, Cung Le and Tan Jiexi. Reel China is released simultaneously each week on the CRI official website, Sina Weibo and Youku. The show's highest rated viewing regions are the United States, the United Kingdom, Finland, Australia, New Zealand and Japan, as well as China itself.
Blood and Bone China is a 12-part Gothic Victorian vampire web series. It was created and directed by award winning film-maker Chris Stone.
Niall Ferguson examines China's ascendancy, and asks what the future holds for the world's most populous country and its relationship with the rest of the world