Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
A distinctively artistic take on an alternate Second Sino-Japanese War which China wins with the help of a mysterious swordsman.
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My god, I have been missing out. Admittedly, I’ve never been a fan of Korean dramas — they’re usually unrealistic, pathos-filled, campy fairytales that make my stomach...
Chinese Premier Deng Xiaoping famously declared that “we should let some people get rich first” — setting off decades of reform and opening-up that has...
Thanks to 50 years of relatively benign colonial rule contrasted against 40 years of Nationalist martial law, Taiwan has a lasting cultural and historical affinity...
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This movie helps explain why Turkey and Japan are such good friends