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Seoul Station

Hot on the heels of monster hit Train to Busan, which is on track to become the most successful Asian film of all time in Hong Kong, it’s no surprise that director Yeon Sang-ho’s small-scale animated prequel to his zombie-infested juggernaut is getting a release in this city.
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Bridget Jones's Baby

After the huge success of Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) and its follow-up The Edge of Reason (2004), Helen Fielding’s wine-quaffing heroine returns for a belated third go-around.
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Woke up to a blue sky

This is the first day since I got here that it has not been either raining before lunch or just dull. Genuine blue sky and white puffy clouds. 280 more words

The South China Morning Post has suddenly shut down its Chinese-language website

In one fell swoop, years of reporting from the Chinese-language website of Hong Kong’s main English newspaper, the South China Morning Post, is gone.

This is the notice that users saw when they went to the Chinese site, nanzao.com, on Friday (Sept. 387 more words

The First Monday in May

Fashion’s status as a legitimate art form and the influence of Chinese art on Western designers are explored in Andrew Rossi’s engrossing documentary about the staging of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s record-breaking 2015 show, “China: Through the Looking Glass”.
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Election Day and Bruce Lee

As far I can tell from my eyrie on an overcast day, it all seems quiet with the election.

But it seems candidates are dropping out of the ballot, even in the days immediately before the vote, for reasons that are not always clear. 337 more words