“Science Fiction, Globalization, and the People’s Republic of China,” by Lavie Tidhar

On visiting China in the summer of 2000 I was surprised at the complexity and determination I found in the SF field. Structures were forming that I would not have expected to see outside the US-UK axis, paralleling to a surprising degree the field’s development in the West.

See also the mini-Chinese SF profile as part of the report on the 2007 Chinese SF conference within the 2007 autumnal newscast:

Today much Chinese SF is published by popular science publishing houses and SF authors tend to belong to a science writers association rather than a writers association.