When Africa Meets Yan Cui
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When Africa Meets Yan Cui

Filmmaker Yan Cui began her career in 1995 debuting her first Canadian Chinese feature titled…

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Do You Want to Be in the Next Donnie Yen Movie?
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Do You Want to Be in the Next Donnie Yen Movie?

8/10/18: WITH APOLOGIES… I just received word from production that the production will be postponed…

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Birth of an International Chinese Action Hero: Wu Jing
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Birth of an International Chinese Action Hero: Wu Jing

Besides breaking all box office records in China and showing that a Chinese film can…

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The American Dream of Filmmaker Z. Eric Yang
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The American Dream of Filmmaker Z. Eric Yang

CHOPSO interviews Chinese immigrant filmmaker Z. Eric Yang whose collection of award-winning short films are…

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Bet You Didn’t Know There Were Chinese Passengers On Titanic…
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Bet You Didn’t Know There Were Chinese Passengers On Titanic…

featured image: Fang Lang is rescued in a deleted scene from Titanic (1997) In fact…

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Outsiders in Our Own Home
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Outsiders in Our Own Home

Last week we saw Fox News’ Jesse Watters in Chinatown conducted an offensive interview segment with Chinese immigrants…

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Is Intellectual Theft Worse than Racism?
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Is Intellectual Theft Worse than Racism?

Not long after I posted the blog on Qiaobi’s racial transformation commercial, a friend posted…

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World’s Most Beautiful Bookstore
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World’s Most Beautiful Bookstore

While bookstores have been shutting down in the past decade, it warms my heart to see…

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Ten Years Failed to Imagine Hong Kong
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Ten Years Failed to Imagine Hong Kong

Hearing about all the controversy of the Hong Kong feature Ten Years that has promised…

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Pink Dads
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Pink Dads

Fan Popo’s “Pink Dads,” a short excerpt of his upcoming feature film, has just premiered…

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