Crossing swords and cutting sleeves: The cross-cultural impact of Chinese fandom fan fiction on Asian American youths
Keywords:Chinese dramas, Fan productions, Pop cultural media, Transculturalism, Transnational
Chinese dramas such as The Untamed and other popular media productions have opened further discussions about China’s cultural impact outside its national borders. With the increasing visibility of Chinese pop culture on the international market, more and more Chinese Americans have entered into a variety of cultural and national exchanges through their interactions with Chinese media and its subsequent fan productions, such as English-language fan fiction inspired by non-English productions.
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