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"Wolf Warriors "2 breathes new life into the Chinese action genre—and appeals to foreign-born Chinese in the process.
In the dying days of high school AP Spanish, my teacher (who was slated to retire after the year as well) decided to turn our...
When I traveled to North Korea last summer, I talked with one of my guides, Ms. Pak, about movies. A friend of mine had asked...
Imagine if one day, while carrying papers into a chemistry classroom, you fall upon a walnut that grants you the ability to–literally–jump through time. This...
Wong Kar-wai is one of Asia’s most renowned filmmakers. If you’re a hardcore film buff, you’ve probably heard of him. If not, he’s definitely a...
“Wolf Warriors 2” shows a new kind of Chinese patriotism—that speaks to overseas Chinese
Top 10 documentaries about North Korea
Review: Wallay (Burkina Faso/France, 2017)
5 Japanese movies (and 3 shorts) to watch if you love cats
Interview: Director Zero Chou on making LGBT films in the Greater China region
Review: Absurd Accident (China, 2017)
Singaporean film “1400” to have UK theatrical screening on August 27, 2017
HBO announces second annual APA Visionaries short film competition for 2017-2018