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#14 Art from the edges: LGBT and feminist contributions to contemporary Chinese culture

Voices from China’s large but marginalized LGBTQ and feminist communities are increasingly making themselves heard in contemporary culture. In particular, artists and activists from these groups are creating content around the idea of “nontraditional love,” which is resonating strongly even with mainstream Chinese audiences. So how have the stories of creators from historically silenced and censored groups found footholds in contemporary culture? In this episode, Aladin speaks with three representatives from LGBTQ and feminist organizations to find out.

Featuring:

Qin Sachi: Manager, Transgender Rights Program | Beijing LGBT Center
Beijing LGBT Center WeChat ID:北同文化 | Beijing LGBT Center’s Weibo

Wei Xiaogang: Executive Director, Producer | Beijing GENDER

Beijing GENDER WeChat ID: 同志亦凡人

Evangeline Z: Feminist activist and comedian
Evangeline’s Facebook page | Evangeline’s Weibo

And, as usual, your host, Aladin Farré.

Aladin’s LinkedIn | Aladin’s Twitter

Middle Earth is a Crafty Pandas production. If you have a China-themed film project, please get in touch!

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Mama Rainbow 彩虹伴我心 (2012)

Addicted 上瘾 (2016)

Chinese Dating With the Parents 中国式相亲, hosted by one of China’s most famous transgender people, Jin Xing 金星

Aladin Farré

With two degrees in movie production and Chinese history, Aladin felt it was only natural to go work as a nonfiction content producer in China. He is now a documentary project manager at LIC China (大陆桥), the largest importer of documentaries into China, where he hopes to uncover the secrets of successful international co-production. Follow him on Twitter @aladin_f.

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