China’s sci-fi love is turning to cultural themes — without forgetting CCP’s censorship tale

It doesn’t matter that the plot of a sci-fi book or film is fictitious, the CCP wants to ensure that the imagination of writers and filmmakers doesn’t run amok, says domain expert Aadil Brar. ——————————————————————————————— Join our channel to get…

China's sci-fi love is turning to cultural themes — without forgetting CCP's censorship tale

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It doesn’t matter that the plot of a sci-fi book or film is fictitious, the CCP wants to ensure that the imagination of writers and filmmakers doesn’t run amok, says domain expert Aadil Brar.
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