- 'A timeless adventure'
- I was a bit nervous about attending the Capital Literary Festival Beijing as I thought the panel discussion for the anthology Unsavory Elements would be a bit dry and hosted by old-China hands.
- Bruce almighty
- Although not the best Die Hard picture, the film maintains the franchise's signature visual and audio impact, humor and snappy dialogue.
- Translation misery
- Bad translation for movies, such as the one for Les Miserables, makes you wish you had mastered that foreign language.
- Hits and misses
- We all know that Ang Lee stole the thunder at the Oscars as the Best Director. But online, fashion police in China have their own Oscar winners.
- Global lexicon needs Chinese concept words
- In the Year of the Dragon, China surpassed the US as the world's biggest trading nation. In this Year of the Snake, China should rise up to the occasion and promote Chinese knowledge.
- Learning makes perfect
- Drawing from the practices of a more mature movie industry will definitely help the industry at home become more competitive.
- A book reading two countries
- NYU professor, and former visiting professor at Peking University, Ann Lee discloses her latest analysis of China and the U.S. in her bestseller "What the U.S. Can Learn from China."