In December 1937, in Nanking, then capital of China, occurred one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century.
Now, our interview series ends with young aspiring British-Chinese filmmaker, James Lau who takes the time to talk to us about his interests in making short films.
Kevin Ung lets us in on his thoughts on the very much-needed support for East Asian actors, his interests in film, and his plans.
So far I listened and watched Chan fairly impassively – finding him not very funny, mildly irritating…
In this third part of Nee Hao’s exclusive interview series on British-Chinese talent in the entertainment industry, we would like to introduce Naomi Sumner Chan, a playwright whose works is inspired from her own particular background as an adoptee.