In the West, we are used to sci-fi written by English-speakers who dream up English-speaking utopias and dystopias. Often in the final reel, humanity is saved by English-speaking heroes. So what should we expect from China's newly-thriving sci-fi scene?
He was born in China, but says his immigrant roots make him all the more American.
It turns out some some of the science fiction you grew up watching wasn't quite that fictional when it came to technology.
Filmmakers have been using attractive robots as a sci-fi trope for ages, but the technology to make that a reality is more developed than ever before. Some people think it's even a great to solution for the lonely to bring some companionship into their lives.
The creator of “Black Mirror” explains how his own ambivalence about technology drives his TV nightmares.
Does sci-fi always have to depict a dark, gloomy future for humanity? Two prominent sci-fi writers are prodding their colleagues to paint a more positive vision of the future in their works.
What kind of urban future can you imagine? The newest version of the video game SimCity lets you decide for yourself