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The growing international popularity of romances or martial arts epics may prove more effective than state-sanctioned efforts to assert soft power. Such efforts include the global spread of state media news bureaus and the use of Confucius Institutes to teach language and culture.
Armed with smartphones and social media accounts, citizen-journalists are telling their stories and those of others from Wuhan and other locked-down virus zones in Hubei province.
Technology powerhouses like Microsoft Corp and AOL Inc are flexing their muscles as storytellers, parading TV network-style shows before advertisers at an annual digital content showcase in New York next week.
When Mohammad Rafiq spotted two Rohingya refugee girls dusting their faces with circles of traditional thanaka powder under the warm morning light, he quickly took out his smartphone to capture the moment.
As populations age, tourism hotspots get more crowded, and overseas travel becomes less sustainable, ANA and its competitors are betting that they can make money by keeping would-be travellers happily at home.
Netflix is putting boots on the ground in ever greater numbers and setting up offices and production hubs worldwide.
Batik Girl has been making its presence felt at film festivals around the world for the last year or so, and gaining a long list of accolades in the process.
Google has announced a new collection of tools that help users create a map or story of their favourite places.
A startup heavily backed by Hollywood is wagering that you're ready to set aside YouTube and TikTok to watch star-studded short videos on your phone – for a price.
Technology, which so many children love, has become a town crier blasting out their pain.