Jade Dragon is a very British comedy set in a Chinese takeaway, with a cast of British East Asian actors led by a grumpy takeaway owner.
The Study Day explores Chinese contemporary ink painting in general and in particular the paintings of the artist Liu Dan which are on display in the Chinese Painting Gallery of the Ashmolean Museum until the 26th of February 2017.
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.
As a response to the venue’s decision to cast four Caucasian actors in a new play by Howard Barker set in ancient China with Chinese character names.
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?