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Netflix's second fully original Taiwanese series "Triad Princess" brings cheesiness galore, but retains a certain charm.
Slow-paced and undramatic, Gu Xiaogang's "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" shows us the many stories of a small town.
Based off a popular video game, horror film “Detention” is an important milestone in coming to terms with Taiwan’s authoritarian past.
Taiwanese director Chung Mong-hong's "A Sun" weaves an intricate and entertaining tale of family misfortune.
Slice-of-life Japanese movie “Neko Cafe” is a fur-gettable feline feature.
Despite decent production quality, China’s “White Snake” falls victim to sloppy storytelling and surprising salaciousness.
Banned by Chinese censors for a year, "Better Days" gets its big reveal with dark undertones about high school bullying.
Netflix’s first standalone Taiwanese TV series aims high but falls short with muddled crime narrative.
Forced evictions, citizen protests, and government corruption do not a happy Communist Party make.
“Parasite” speaks to Korean audiences’ real-life woes in an intricately crafted and empathetic manner.