Aynne Kokas

author of “Hollywood Made in China,” associate professor of media studies at the University of Virginia

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In Zhao's native China, mentions of her Oscars night were reportedly scrubbed from the internet and social media, and the state-run media barely reported on the awards ceremony.

Chloé Zhao wins big at Oscars with ‘Nomadland,’ but China censors her milestones

In Zhao's native China, mentions of her Oscars night were reportedly scrubbed from the internet and social media, and the state-run media barely reported on the awards ceremony.

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