Malaysian-born filmmaker Lau Kek Huat grapples with the difficulties of visually representing the Emergency
No one fasts just for the hell of it
‘Wanting privacy in a police state was sheer stupidity’—to tell the stories of her family in China without the threat of censorship, Yang Huang had to look beyond Mandarin.
A new documentary about the famed Chinese artist and dissident focuses on his activism more than it does his art.
But the media bungles it up with an overly simplistic “Red China” narrative.