china

News

ai weiwei says authorities demolished his beijing studio without notice

The space is where the artist created some of his most provocative works.
Claudia Tilley
8.6.18
Culture

portraits of chinese twins recreating their most intimate childhood moments

At 16, photographer Greg Lin Jiajie moved to New Zealand, while his identical twin brother remained in China. Here, they return to the place of their childhood, in an attempt to bond after years apart.
Greg Lin Jiajie
7.19.18
Photography

feng li captures the dark absurdity of chinese street life

By day, the Chengdu-based photographer shoots pro-government propaganda as a civil servant.
Sarah Moroz
7.9.18
Fashion

ada chen's jewelry confronts asian stereotypes

Chen's college thesis collection, 'Made in Chinese America,' includes monolid-accentuating eyepieces and assimilation grillz.
Hannah Ongley
6.20.18
Culture

this chinese dating show is savage, heartbreaking, and strangely feminist

'If You Are the One' is holding a mirror up to western dating culture, and winning hearts across the world.
Hannah Ongley
5.31.18
News

'call me by your name' got pulled from a chinese film festival

Was the peach too much?
André-Naquian Wheeler
3.27.18
Culture

4 chinese artists you need to know

For The Radical Issue, we met four brave, visionary artists from China showing at Frieze London.
i-D Staff
3.26.18
Fashion

in new york, designers are making 'made in china' great again

Chen Peng brings Rihanna-approved puffers stateside, Feng Chen Wang looks to her Fujian hometown, and Chinatown shopkeepers are the coolest Instamodels. The influx of Chinese designers might be New York's most exciting trend.
Hannah Ongley
2.22.18
Music

genome6.66mbp is the record label soundtracking the shanghai underground

We meet the friends who created it.
Frankie Dunn
2.16.18
global street style

china's youth breaking through the great firewall

In the latest instalment of Global Street Style, i-D gets to know Shanghai's bold new generation of artists, designers and musicians working their way around China's Great Firewall.
i-D Staff
2.15.18
Culture

"i have no home": an interview with ai weiwei

The Chinese artist and activist on his new film, "Human Flow," which provides an in-depth look at the refugee crisis from a journey across 23 countries.
Juule Kay
11.29.17
Art

welcome to lu yang's exuberant anime-laced universe of art and clothing

The Chinese artist opens a maximalist frenzy of a show in New York.
Danielle Wu
11.14.17