Hayao Miyazaki’s creative process at the Japanese animation studio, Harvey Weinstein and Neil Gaiman clashing over a translation of Princess Mononoke, all things Japanese, and more, in American Ghibli executive’s memoir.
Bird Talk, translated into English for the first time, explores socio-political narratives and memories of the writer’s own itinerant life.
Sent to work at 15, abducted to China to serve as a sex slave for Japanese soldiers, abandoned by her first husband, unloved by her second, life was harsh for Lee Ok-sun. Graphic novel Grass depicts her journey with sensitivity.
Mainstream media can be a harsh arena for emerging Asian musicians, but social media has helped a new generation of musicians become household names while maintaining their idiosyncratic styles and sounds.
Rock band Dear Jane reveal the ups and downs of their 13-year career and how they’re trying to change the industry from the inside
The band offer a trip inside the ‘Tree Hole Project’, a multimedia show that’s the fruit of collaboration with many other local artists, and say they’re going to explore the potential of mixing their music with other art forms from now on
Jamaican-American singer returns with a whole new perspective on life and music and is ready to regale Hong Kong fans this weekend
Could he be making a comeback? We chart the highs and lows of the hate-him-or-love-him dance music producer.
A South Korean university student in New York hopes to examine cultural appropriation via a K-pop band made up of foreigners
The band are looking to spread their wings and build a following outside the city.
Miami's monster EDM event is set to conquer the casino city, with a day of shows starring 2manydjs, Porter Robinson and Nicky Romero, plus Hong Kong's Janette Slack and Singapore's DJ Ghetto.
10-year veteran of the city's arts scene left the M+ museum for a leading role in the Central Police Station revitalisation project. He sees it filling "the missing link in our arts ecosystem".
Lebanese-British singer-songwriter who performs in Hong Kong next week has a new album out that shows a new maturity and which, he says, is the product of a liberated mood.
Taku Hirayama, music director at the Oma club in Central, feels it is time to let go, make more music ... and cull his iTunes library.
Crime may not pay, but these publishers favour intriguing stories over profit.
Two artists with well-established careers in France explain what made them leave Paris to open a photography gallery in Hong Kong.
Idea is to help people who grew up outside their homeland find cultural identity, writes Sung Bale.