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  1. News - China - ENTERTAINMENT

    How popcorn has become a 390 million yuan hit with mainland Chinese movie-goers

    Posted Mar 21st 2014, 06:02pm by LAURA ZHOU

    ... Laura Zhou laura.zhou@scmp.com Snack big revenue earner at cinema chain as China has become the world's second-largest film market outside the US Popcorn has become a big money maker ... About 467 million trips were made to movie theatres in the whole of 2012. Box office takings have climbed from 950 million yuan in 2002, when China started to introduce a cinema chain system, ...

  2. Censors' bottom line

    Posted Oct 18th 2003, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... disembowelings, amputations, mutilations, eye-gougings, slicings, choppings, bitings and a spanking. Also some naughty words.' Only one spanking? Boy, I am disappointed. ...

  3. Cartoons offer a child's eye view of China

    Posted May 27th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Annie Ho familypost@scmp.com Feng Zikai was China's pioneer in children's cartoons. He taught art and music in Shanghai in the first half of the 20th century and was also known ... climate in China between the two world wars, his Buddhist beliefs and his years living in Japan. While Feng had many admirers, he knew others could not accept his style, and once made this comment ...

  4. Public Eye

    Posted Jan 14th 2009, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... of the Missing Amputated Leg, the Case of the Patient Mix-up in a Sex Change Operation, and so on. No big deal in America Public Eye is baffled. Why is the Case of the Disappearing Dead Baby such a big ... for the next episode of Hong Kong's top thriller series, Hospital Horrors! You know it will be a cliffhanger. If past seasons are anything to go by, the Case of the Disappearing Dead Baby ...

  5. Luna Sea

    Posted Oct 14th 2010, 12:00am by Hamish Mckenzie

    ... Hamish McKenzie Forget Poison, Def Leppard, and Motley Crue- when it comes to hair rock, there's no going past Japan's 'visual kei' movement. Ridiculous hairstyles, eye-gouging costumes, shocking make-up: these are the elements of this stupendously popular form of glam rock. Five-piece Luna Sea are one of the most influential visual kei bands of all time, rocking ...

  6. Paris biennale eyes HK

    Posted Apr 21st 2012, 12:00am

    ... market in Asia, notably in China, is the world's biggest. The biennale is also strengthening its Asian connection by inviting Hong Kong's Wallace Chan Sai-ying to be the first Asian ... that the mainland was not the only attraction of locating a fair in Hong Kong. Collectors from elsewhere in the region including Southeast Asia and Taiwan are also among the target audience. China ...

  7. Private eyes

    Posted May 22nd 2005, 12:00am by David Watkins, Vivienne Chow

    ... change. Of all his achievements, to be in the vanguard in this process must rank highly. All eyes are looking to China. 'Five years ago, when we released In the Mood for Love in China ... off even when indoors. With his eyes hidden from view, it's sometimes impossible to tell where he's looking, what he's thinking or whether he's finished answering ...

  8. Open your eyes to new sounds

    Posted Feb 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Shelton's Honey Bee goes; eight of the 22 tracks are country, or, in the case of Mumford & Sons' The Cave, country-inspired. There are several songs that may convert you to genres ...

  9. More than meets the eye

    Posted Feb 06th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... with an impressive repertoire of feelings- so much so that his star now shines It is said that if the eyes are the window to anything, it is to the soul. And in the case of Tony Leung Chiu-wai, it just might ... freely. I can cry, I can be happy, I can laugh, which I seldom do in my everyday life. So it [acting] is kind of like a therapy.' We are sitting in the rarefied air of the China Club's ...

  10. Father cast as villain in Kissel book

    Posted Oct 07th 2007, 12:00am by Polly Hui

    ... struggle to measure up to the expectation of a father who- in McGinniss' eyes- was unforgiving, iron-fisted and would only measure the value of a person by the money he earned. 'Festering ...




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