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I give up. I’ve been late on my posting schedule, so I’m posting my top list of films this year without watching all the 2016 movies I have~
Two Traps (两陷, Liang Xian) serves as the main theme of the upcoming Hong Kong movie Cold War 2 (寒戰 II), with lyrics by Sandee Chan and directed by Han Ting (韩廷).
The first teaser trailer for Lok Man Leung and Kim-Ching Luk’s sequel to their successful 2012 debut, Cold War, is finally out promising for guns, shoot-outs and exciting moments.
A list of 100 songs, 100 different artists, 100 different albums of music that’s labeled ‘Chinese.’
After a Taoist monk apprentice is thrown out of his temple and left to fend for himself, he meets other masters to discover life through betrayal, vengeance, forgiveness and love.
Our hopes for the upcoming year in movies.
Cold War begins when one of the city’s hot spots gets bombed and a police van (alongside five officers) get taken away, held hostage and in-waiting for a handsome ransom. Dirty cops, corruption, ambition and a power struggle adorn Cold War to make it one of the most entertaining recent Hong Kong films.
Set in Hong Kong, from the 40s until the late 90s and the Hong Kong handover, Floating City chronicles the life of Bo Wah-Chuen, an adopted mixed-raced child who is taken by a Tanka family to inherit the family’s vessel as the elder son, who struggles to find who he is.
A trailer for Aaron Kwok’s latest film, where he plays a mixed-race man who grows up never being really accepted as a Chinese or an English man.
I’m about to talk about food that may divide people on whether or not they have culinary merits, just like when people feel divided on the artistic merits of pop music.