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HP to help Enterprises adopt new style of Business in Asia-Pacific

HP has announced a new Leadership Playbook in collaboration with IDC, which outlines the key steps for enterprises across Asia-Pacific (AP) to a successful transformation as they move to a new style of business. 176 more words

Technology

THEY CAME TO ROB HONG KONG (1989) short review

Clarence Fok’s They Came to rob Hong Kong concerns a violent bank robber (Roy Cheung) who has to flee to the Mainland after being nearly caught by a tough cop (Kara Hui). 231 more words

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Film Review: 'Lost and Love'

China’s widespread child-abduction problem is the compelling starting point for “Lost and Love,” a road movie that offers lyrical observations of the country’s rural and grassroots landscape. 867 more words

Reviews

THE INSPECTOR WEARS SKIRTS 4 (1992) review

This is the final film in an enjoyable but trashy film series that had used up its thin concept by the first installment, then rehashed it for a second film, before injecting a big dose of craziness for the third episode. 415 more words

Film Reviews

RAID ON ROYAL CASINO MARINE (aka THE INSPECTOR WEARS SKIRTS 3) (1990) review

Following a successful first film and an even more successful second film that was basically a carbon copy of its predecessor, Raid on Royal Casino Marine… 693 more words

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A Fantastic Ghost Wedding (2014)

Death and the afterlife are pretty grim topics for a comedy, but writer-director Meng Ong just about pulls it off in A Fantastic Ghost Wedding… 667 more words

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2014 New York Asian Film Festival: Golden Chicken

Kum (Sandra Ng) is a long time Hong-Kong prostitute, when she gets locked in a cash machine vestibule with a would be thief (Eric Tsang) she tells him some stories of her life as a prostitute and how she come to be where she is today.

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