The 2017 China Arts & Entertainment Approval Matrix

By Erica Martin, December 23, 2017

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201712/year-in-review-logo.jpgThose of us living in China might have been spared the tumultuous drama that our US counterparts have experienced in 2017, but like always, the Middle Kingdom has had its own fair share of attention-grabbing headlines. From the boom of shared bikes to a presidential visit from The Donald, our team has put together a list of 2017’s most unforgettable viral stories, recounting major events that defined the worlds of sports, tech, arts, fashion and food. Here’s to another year of eclectic, weird and wonderful life in China, we wouldn’t have it any other way. 

For more, follow our full 2017 Year in Review coverage. 


In the spirit of New York Magazine's famous hierarchy of good and bad taste, we present our Arts 2017 Approval Matrix.

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That's Magazines 2017 Approval Matrix


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