The pioneering bboy (that is, "breakdancer", to the layman) and founder of Caster Studio first honed his athletic prowess as a member of the Shanghai city gymnastics team. He trained throughout his childhood, until a sudden wrist injury cut his career short. With an uncertain future ahead of him, Danny left his life as an athlete behind until he entered university, where an unexpected encounter with the Running Man changed him forever.
RADII Voices is a series of short documentaries, looking at the unique characters, scenes, and phenomena that define modern China.
RADII shares stories from the center of Chinese youth culture.
With a team of 13 kids, Liu Yufei has essentially created the first children’s hockey team at Weiga Ice Rink in Wuhan — the Snow Wolves. Watch More
27-year-old Zhang Zheyuan has toured with elite performance troupes, traveled the world, and played in Olympic ceremonies. Watch More
Jinx Zhou makes music on her own terms, using the internet to promote her image and her music to the world, and freeing herself from the confines of being told what to do by parents, by managers, by anyone really. Watch More
By day, Gouachi attends high school in Shanghai. By night, the 17-year-old performs across the city’s high-octane club scene. Watch More
Porcelain or ‘white gold’ was once among the world's most coveted products, and Jingdezhen had its kilns burning day and night to meet global demand. Watch More
#FIRST International Film Festival
China is a challenging place to be an indie filmmaker, given the country’s history of censorship and suppression of creative expression. But FIRST International Film Festival is an opportunity for this community to come together. Many young filmmakers in China view FIRST as the Chinese version of Sundance. It’s a place where up-and-coming indie filmmakers can work with other professionals and potentially get funding for their cinematic dreams. RADII wants to find out if it truly lives up to the hype. Here’s one story of a young filmmaker in China. Watch More
There's more to rap in Chengdu than Higher Brothers. Watch More
“A win for political correctness,” wrote one Weibo user in response to ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’s historic haul at the Oscars 2023 Read More
A recent Peking University study found that almost 100% of consumers in four major Chinese cities are willing to buy plant-based meat alternatives Read More
Artists on Lofter are threatening to quit the social media platform over its new A.I. art generator, claiming that it doesn’t respect the rights of content creators Read More
Originally a factory worker and waiter in a rural part of South China, Lu Xianren rose to fame for modeling his DIY high-fashion looks on social media Read More