As one of the cameramen walked towards me, I saw Donnie Yen sitting across an empty chair that was meant for me. My heart lifted with excitement.
A protest by British Chinese, East Asian actors and supporters took place yesterday outside the Print Room at the Coronet, London.
If you only ever get seen for one-line parts as “Chinese waiter” or “Chinese prostitute”, how can you possibly build a career? And how can you get the industry to see you seriously as more than that?
Southbank Centre’s new festival, China Changing profiles Chinese and Southeast Asian artists based in China and the UK.
TSAI YuLung (TSAI YuLong) is best known for his calligraphy painting. In this exhibition, TSAI presents works exploring his long-standing interest in the encounter between traditional Chinese calligraphy and contemporary Western art.
Cloud Gate 2 was formed in 1999 by Lin Hwai-min, the founder and Artistic Director of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan, and choreographer and former Cloud Gate Dancer, Lo Man-Fei as its founding artistic director.