Arts & Music
Rebecca Lim stars as a reliably smile-free zone police detective in Malay-Singapore crime thriller.
In a new exhibition, sports photographer Brian Ching focuses on athletes as they turn their home ground into training grounds.
The Australian art historian known as The Exhibitionist fills in the blanks of Britain’s less glorious past on her tours of museums such as Tate Britain, the National Portrait Gallery and the British Museum.
Mystic Pop-Up Bar’s ghostly hosts bring wit, warmth and wonder to downtown Seoul while Matthew Rhys returns as Perry Mason in a whole new look.
Italian artist-cum-activist Paolo Cirio is highlighting the lack of transparency with his ‘Art Derivatives’ project.
The Taiwan Film Institute’s efforts to restore classics are a much needed shot in the arm for the island’s local cultures.
Over the course of 30 episodes, a vengeful princess sets out to settle a score that left much of her kingdom dead.
Can anyone be funny? Yes, says general manager of Hong Kong club The Riff, comedian Andy Curtain, who will be helping aspiring comics hone their craft.
Samson Young is one of seven contemporary artists whose fabric-based creations are aimed at sparking debate through an exhibition at the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textiles.
Jaideep Ahlawat plays officer Hathi Ram Chaudhary, who is headed for oblivion until a career-defining case lands on his desk.
With galleries reopening around the world and art fairs launching, the global art industry has reason to be optimistic, but uncertainty lingers in Hong Kong as fresh political turmoil erupts.
Working around social distancing measures, online and physical events explored how a national trauma manifested on screen.
The K-drama, which arrived o Netflix in April to much fanfare, is fast approaching its inevitable good-versus-evil climax.
Artist Hazel Tsui has visited more than 100 schools in remote parts of China, taking photos from which she later creates oil paintings. Her charity is selling some to fund help for rural schoolchildren.
Billed as a Netflix Original, despite being made by Aha Entertainment in Beijing, the show offers a relentlessly funny satire on the superhero genre.
The international jury selected four video works and not a single painting among its six finalists.
From Hollywood to China, the coronavirus is reshaping the film world, making a raft of pandemic-themed movies, be they comedy capers, action and adventure, or patriotic salutes to unsung heroes, almost inevitable.
Johnson Chang founded Hanart TZ Gallery in 1983, and has been on a quest to bridge Hong Kong, Taiwan and mainland China through art ever since.
The Canada-born, Hong Kong-based designer first saw the film in the 1970s and was fascinated not only by Audrey Hepburn but also the business of fashion.