Opinion | Making history: Bohemian Rhapsody’s Chinese release and the story of its translation

The national release of the multiple Oscar-winning film Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) in China in March 2019 was something of a miracle. As The Hollywood Reporter recalls, it was ‘a surprise permission’. The release represented a huge step forward, not only for Chinese cinephiles but also for rock fans and ordinary citizens. Those who managed to see and support the film at a cinema in China shared the same heartbeat with those who attended Queen’s performance at Wembley in 1985. (…)

This article was first published by Asia Dialogue. View the original full article here. Hiu Man Chan is a researcher specialising in creative industries collaboration between the UK and China.