Arts & Music
Recent restorations and screenings reflect authorities’ willingness to rehabilitate controversial classics.
Based on the manga by Osamu Tezuka, the Japanese folk tales follow the adventures of an unlikely pair
Art Macao, a partnership between the government and casinos, is bringing major artworks from all over the world to the city but what would the masters think about the choice of ‘gallery’?
Starring Xu Kaicheng and Simona Wang, the 20-part first season treads a familiar, tear-jerking path.
The Life of Animals in Japanese Art at the National Gallery of Art takes a thematic approach to explore the breadth of Japanese creation.
They weren’t an overnight success at home, but YouTube has helped the band win over their fellow countrymen just as they prepare to conquer Europe.
Director Patricio Guzmán’s latest film, like many others he has made, explores a painful chapter in Chile’s past, but Chinese auteurs do not enjoy the same liberties, with certain historical events subject to strict censorship.
Tired of the same old music being played at clubs, DJ, promoter and producer Fergus Heathcote’s clubnights have an East meets West vibe and feature everything from Canto-pop to hip hop.
Fast and Furious director Justin Lin makes Lee’s TV proposal for a series about a martial artist wandering frontier America a reality.
Antonio Lai discovered anything was possible when he watched the 1985 time-travelling sci-fi flick as a child.
After more than a decade in the business, Wu, who just made her debut in Cannes with a Me Too-themed thriller that she also wrote the screenplay for, is finally coming into her own.
The acclaimed filmmaker was awarded best director at the festival in 1997 – the year of Hong Kong’s return to Chinese rule – and he expressed hope that he would be able to continue to make the kind of films he wanted to make.
The Pharmacy, which is located within entrepreneur Maguelone Calmels’ lifestyle store Mahka, offers both old and new titles.
Lee Ji-eun stars in all four instalments of the miniseries, each of which is directed by a different acclaimed South Korean filmmaker.
The American actress and author who shot to stardom in the 1990s after being cast in Foreign Babes in Beijing, which was watched by 600 million viewers, reveals why the Middle Kingdom is such a big part of her life and imagination.
Huang Hsin-chien’s show at Cannes, in collaboration with musician Laurie Anderson, is a ray of hope for Taiwan’s budding new media artists.
Despite being released before the chef was born, George Lam’s soundtrack to 1980 film Disco Bumpkins proved influential for Cheng.
The nine-part series looks at the culinary traditions of Thailand, Japan, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore and the Philippines.
Over dim sum and tea with a long-time patron, the owner of Hong Kong bookstore dedicated to traditional Chinese art finds a saviour in journalist Tinny Cheng.