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Ang Lee turns 'Life of Pi' into spectacle
Ang Lee's new 3D visual feast "Life of Pi" is more than meet the eye.
'Cold War': a revolution in crime film genre
This Hong Kong crime film shifts the focus to office politics and intellectual rivalry.
How to hard sell China's soft power
China should pay more attention to unofficial channels to improve its global communication network to promote soft power.
TV stars' skyrocketing pays need to be capped
The huge paychecks of several TV stars are harming the overall industry and have potentially negative impacts on young people and society.
James Bond soars in early 'Skyfall' reviews
James Bond is back and better than ever, according to early reviews for "Skyfall".
New 'Total Recall' rather dull
The 2012 remake of "Total Recall" is a rather flat and uninspiring action film, and does not do the original justice.
Chicken soup for Chinese writers' soul
Mo Yan has shown masterful skill in turning every challenge into opportunity while portraying Chinese rural life with sensuous language and biting satire.
Will a literary prize save a nation of nonreaders?
All this sound and fury is occurring in a country whose people are famous for their lack of interest in worthwhile reading.
Forced piano exams for children hit false notes
Learning piano for the purpose of passing exams can easily erode children's interest in piano or even music.
Mo Yan's victory tests Chinese people's mentalities
The authorities should not over-extol Mo for winning the Nobel literature prize, and the public should not find fault with the writer.
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