Tagged: country: hong kong
Part II of a long list of worldwide music videos with LGBT themes.
Part I of a long list of worldwide music videos with LGBT themes.
Though half the staff is oblivious about the date, our American writers — namely our favorite TCM movie-watching droid Marya — asked the whole staff what their favorite war films were.
Directed by Shern Sharma, the new single by Hong Kong-based Khalil Fong boasts a weird combination between some rock&roll mixed in with some rap, courtesy of Hong Kong rapper Ghost Style.
Love in a Puff is a romantic tale about a guy at a marketing company named Jimmy who meets a cosmetic sales girl from a nearby mall named Cherie, while they’re taking a smoke-break.
The third single from Khalil Fong’s newest album 15 is titled Self-Assumption (自以為) and features Taiwanese singer-songwriter LaLa Hsu (徐佳瑩) — often referred to as LaLa — in a video directed by Edward Chan, Charles Lee, and Khalil Fong.
Hong Kong-based musician Khalil Fong releases his second single, Not so Easy, a few days ahead of the release of his fifth studio album, titled simply 15. The video was directed by Edward Chan, Charles Lee, and Khalil Fong.
A list of songs by Asian musicians with some Latin flavor, some have decided to give songs their own spin, some others have done lyrics in their own language, and others are giving the language a spin.
Set during the early days of the Republic of China, when the country was fragmented by foreign powers and warlords fought each other for land dominance, warlord Hou Jie defeats his enemy and manages to mock the monks at the Shaolin temple who tried to intervene.
Khalil Fong is back with new single Because of You (因為你 / Yin Wei Ni) from his upcoming sixth studio album under Warner Music Hong Kong, set for a release next April.