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  • China's enclave in Canada

    China's enclave in Canada
    If you close your eyes at the Sea Harbour Restaurant for just a few moments, you could swear you're in Hong Kong, as servers and customers exchange rapid-fire Cantonese. When you open them, it's as if you've been teleported to the Pearl of the Orient;...
  • China Home Shopping Giant Alibaba Hails New Entertainment Era

    SHANGHAI -- Alibaba, the Chinese home shopping giant that is hatching an IPO of some $150 billion in New York, says it plans to revolutionize the entertainment industry. The massive company will seek to align the different elements of the digital economy...
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  • Mad Cow Theatre adds 4 to board of directors

     Mad Cow Theatre adds 4 to board of directors
    Orlando's Mad Cow Theatre has increased the size of its board of directors — which once numbered just three — to include a dozen members. Announced as new members on Friday, June 13, were: • Jonathan Miller, director of the Olin...
  • Providence Buys Out Stake in Indian-Korean Star CJ venture

    HONG KONG - STAR Television has been given approval to sell its stake in Indian home shopping operation Star CJ. Providence Equity Partners, a global investment group with some $40 billion of funds under management, is to buy the stake for an undisclosed...
  • 'Shrek' designer Raman Hui unveils new 'Monster'

    HONG KONG -- Raman Hui, character designer of "Shrek" and co-director of "Shrek The Third," will make his live action feature directing debut with Chinese-language 3D fantasy "Monster Hunt." Based on a story from supernatural collection "Strange Tales...
  • Hong Kong activists push election freedom; China warns of limits

    Hong Kong activists push election freedom; China warns of limits
    A blazing sun was melting the Rev. Chu Yiu-ming’s brow as he worked the pavement outside a subway stop in Hong Kong, but the 70-year-old Baptist minister just kept refreshing his grin and pressing fliers into the palms of passersby. “...
  • Chicago's Trump Tower signage is offensive

    Chicago's Trump Tower signage is offensive
    Architecture in Chicago is no small thing. It stands more prominently in the public conscience than arguably any other American city. And now, regrettably, so does one sign. The recent installation of nearly 20-foot-6-inch-high letters spelling "TRUMP"...
  • The Week in Pictures | June 2 – 8, 2014

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. This year marks the 70th anniversary since the D-Day invasions, a vast military operation by Allied forces in Normandy, which turned the tide of World War II, eventually leading to the...
  • China and India Start Dialogue on Film

    HONG KONG - China and India, two of the world's biggest movie-producing countries, have begun tentative talks on film industry co-operation. This week a Chinese delegation led by Jiang Jianguo, vice minister at the State Administration for Press,...
  • Juno Mak's 'Rigor Mortis' a disorienting Hong Kong horror flick

     Juno Mak's 'Rigor Mortis' a disorienting Hong Kong horror flick
    Co-produced by "The Grudge" director Takashi Shimizu, the unmistakable graphite palette and atmospheric dread of Japanese horror films loom over the Hong Kong import "Rigor Mortis." But typical of Hong Kong cinema, the film goes for broke with its...