In the Internet Age, a New Cultural Revolution For decades, China's government exercised tight control over the country's arts and culture. Now the Internet is allowing artists and entertainers to connect directly with new audiences — often under the radar.

Internet Helps Liberate, Create Music in China

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Chinese Fans Follow American TV Online — for Free

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