Chinese Art in the Modern Era
The story of modern art has typically been framed as a Western story that began when European artists started challenging realism in the mid-19th century. But modernity is not a preserve of the West, as Professor David Clarke shows in a new book that maps the transformation of Chinese art over the past century to the country’s main historical events.
Journey of Hope
Increasing numbers of people suffering from terminal illnesses are heading to China in the hope of a cure. An award-winning new book examines how internet global communication, coupled with market-driven healthcare reforms in China, has given rise to these controversial medical pilgrimages.