Tagged: country: hong kong
This year I bested myself. From the 384 movies that I saw, I’ll make my customary list of favorite films discoveries from year 2014 downward.
Romantic comedies are some of the staff’s weakness; often maligned with the tag of “chick flicks,” but nothing beats the fluttery feeling of watching a good rom-com. So we took a look at some of our favorite recent (2010-onward) samples from the genre.
Happy new year, everyone! Here’s to a 2018 with more writing and more movies. Looking back at my movie-watching last year, I don’t think I watched too many films from the West, so this list seems incredibly unbalanced.
Another year gone by, another huge list of movies watched.
It’s been a daunting task to make my music lists this 2017. So without further ado~ these are my Top20 favorite albums this year~~~
Although his Western heritage has always played a big part in his music, Asian-American singer-songwriter Khalil Fong has never made his penchant for East-meets-West fusion as clear as he has with his latest album Journey to the West; inspired by the classic Chinese tale.
Ann Hui’s most recent film follows the life of a woman, who is one of the key figures during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, set in the 1940s.
Here’s the second trailer for Pang Ho-Cheung’s Love Off the Cuff (春嬌救志明), which is set to open on April 27th in Hong Kong.
Here’s the trailer for the third installment of his Love in a Puff series, which continues following Jimmy and Cherie in their bumpy road to whatever type of relationship they have.
Asian diva Faye Wong returns to the stage nearly six years since her last live concert in an spectacle held in Shanghai and streamed to the whole world via Tencent QQ LiveMusic.