- Supporting role of Chinese film
- At a time when all countries are paying attention to the development of their soft power, the film industry is regarded as an important cultural force.
- Review: 'Love in the Buff'
- Fluffy rom-com following the pair from "Love in a Puff" is a big improvement. Asian events, plus festivals drawn by the director's name.
- Parody of famous poet is a PR stunt
- A parody of a well-known poet that has swirled around China's cyber world in recent weeks is a sophisticated online marketing ploy to promote a museum.
- Review: 'Romancing in Thin Air'
- "Romancing in Thin Air" is a Johnnie TO movie that inhabits a special world of his and lead writer WAI Ka-fai's playful imagination.
- Review: Dr. Qian Xuesen
- A tribute to the father of China's missile programme, "Dr. Qian Xuesen" pretty much follows the standard template of official mainland biopics.
- Review: Joyful Reunion
- Joyful Reunion is the official "sequel", 18 years after Ang Lee's hit and with its producer, Hsu Li-kong, now 68, still at the wheel.
- A simply inspiring film
- As its title implies, "A Simple Life" is far removed from the extravagant blockbusters that have prevailed in the Chinese film market in recent years.