The time has come for end-of-year lists, and should you have happened to miss the most popular Internet posts this year, you can catch up with ChinaSMACK, which posts a list of 2009's top Chinese Internet memes ...
At a time when many Chinese apparently feared that the camera would suck out the soul, one of the world's first photojournalists, John Thomson, traveled around the country taking portraits of ordinary people. Danwei has an extract from the introduction to a book of his photography, The Inmost Shrine: A Photographic Odyssey of China, 1873.
You might not have noticed it while watching Tomorrow Never Dies, Transformers, or Pearl Harbor, but apparently these are among the top ten movies that suck up to China. EastSouthWestNorth translates the silliness.
And CNReviews links to an extremely interesting and lengthy (and now year-old) interview on China Beat about the filming of a Pepsi commercial exploring how ethnicity and nationality are constructed and conceived in China.© Copyright 2005-2022 GoKunming.com all rights reserved. This material may not be republished, rewritten or redistributed without permission.