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  • The Work behind the Jump: Looking beyond the circus veil with Peng Xiangjie 彭祥杰

    with not only the photography but also a short but dense talk, which was further used to write this article A photographer’s narrative Photography is an art where the photographer’s intent constantly jiggles between this work, nonetheless, Peng started depicting what would eventually become the cornerstone of his art the public two major dynamics: the hard work done to build this “sometimes loved, sometimes hated” art It is, also, in the hard labor behind the art, that Peng finds his narrative – a narrative of showing

  • Introducing ChinaNauts

    ChinaNauts is a magazine whose goal is to publish careful, deep, well-structured, and enjoyable analysis of contemporary As broad as ‘Contemporary China’ might sound, it also allows various angles to engage with what we perceive ChinaNauts aims at speaking to a broad audience: both to those whose interest is more specific (visual arts Looking forward to understand contemporary China with you!

  • Editorial - Intimately Speaking

    And contemporary public art exhibition bring intimacy to new visual discourses.

  • Artificial “fortune-telling” intelligence and how to never underestimate religious pragmatism

    Benoît Vermander, “Religious Revival and Exit from Religion in Contemporary China,” China Perspectives

  • Christian beliefs for modern Chinese minds: how come is this imported religion thriving?

    Note of the author: the present article is not aimed at expressing any opinion on Christianity, Christian If the growing Chinese Christian community tells us one thing about contemporary China, it has to do Analysing the Recent Development of Religious Communities in Contemporary Rural China," ECRAN: Europe–China Chen Zhang, “Serving more than two masters: contextualization of Christianity in contemporary China and Joseph Tse-Hei Lee, “Christiantiy in contemporary China: an update,” J.

  • Editorial - all things Chinese

    However, in recent years, China has emerged as the birthplace of technological and artistic innovation ChinaNauts’ March issue we explore the marvelous evolution and fascinating significance of objects in contemporary

  • Do religious ghosts dream of supernatural time travel?

    For domestic films, this at the time meant the 1920s’ special-effects-laden Chinese martial-arts films as Frankenstein (1931) and Alice in Wonderland (1931) were all prohibited from screening.5 In more contemporary returns to Chinese cinema: an aesthetic of restraint and the space of horror,” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Yomi Braester, “The Spectral Return of Cinema: Globalization and Cinephilia in Contemporary Chinese Film

  • Editorial - Gambling(s) through China

    is a clear statement of the purpose of ChinaNauts: to provide meaningful viewpoints on the daily in contemporary

  • Chicken soup for the soul: the weird universe of Tiktok wisdom

    an attempt to explain otherwise obscure content to a broader audience and show its applications in contemporary The reason behind the success of self-help media is simple: contemporary China lacks an institutional

  • Up in the sky: how did air travel develop in China

    References / To go further Alan Williams, Contemporary Issues Shaping China’s Aviation Policy: Balancing Williams, Contemporary Issues, 200. Zhang, “A brief history.” Overseas Travel During National Holidays,” Bloomberg, September 14, 2021,

  • Editorial - Away we go: being a passenger in China

    Traditionally, it is a time to honor one’s ancestors and make way for better luck in the new year, but in contemporary

  • Editorial - Feeling nostalgic for the good old days?

    However, it appears that such a longing for the past is particularly strong in societies where contemporary

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