Tagged: genre: educational
Director and producer Franck Ribière loves meat, so he got together with his favorite French butcher Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec to find the most delicious steak globe-trotting to the steak capitals of the world.
After watching Slaying the Dragon: Reloaded, I take a look at Asian representation in Peru, America and entertainment in Asia.
Most of the time, China is a BIG mystery to me. Especially when it comes to modern China and where things are going in terms of LGBT rights… until I ended up finding this website called Queer Comrades.
Foodies of the world, rejoice. This food documentary show of nearly 50 minutes an episode is as culturally educational as it is delicious to look at.
I am a Banana. To rephrase that: I was one for about 17 years of my life. A series of posts on my journey discovering Asian entertainment.
Kaitakushatachi, or simply The Pioneers, is a drama commemorating the 40th anniversary of diplomatic ties between China and Japan.
One of YAM Magazine’s book reviewers wonders why we read books.
Commissioned by the British Film Institute as part of the 100 Years of Cinema celebrations, Stanley Kwan takes a look back into the history of Chinese films with a broad array of filmmakers.
Author Eric Enno Tamm follows the footsteps of a 1900s spy across Central Asia and China.
An Army of Phantoms is an admirably researched, if somewhat rushed, tour of Hollywood history from the end of World War II through 1956.