From delicate hanfus to silky cheongsams, check out these fashionable Chinese takes on how to be a Barbie!
Why is Everything, Everywhere, All At Once so good? Check out our character breakdown of the Wang family here!
Resonating with experiences of tradition, expectations, and the hopes carried out for a family for success abroad, Everything, Everywhere, All At Once is a relatable film for Chinoys everywhere. Check out the rundown of our favorite scenes here!
We can’t wait for Marvel’s newest Asian superhero!
Have you watched the new Shang-Chi trailer yet? Here are four interesting facts about Marvel’s first Asian superhero film!
As the Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, is fast approaching, it’s worth noting the Chinese who have dedicated their lives to the cinematic world and have been recognized and awarded at the prestigious ceremony. Here are some Chinese Oscar nominees and winners.
As a Chinese animated movie inspired by the country’s mythologies, beliefs, and religion, “Jiang Ziya: Legend of Deification” is an internationally acclaimed film that features a fictional take on the historical Chinese noble who shares the movie’s namesake. Find out if it’s worth watching here.
When the trailer for ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ came out, so many people posted reaction videos on Instagram and YouTube, most notably among these reactors were Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina who voice Raya and Sisu, respectively. Their reactions mirrored the excitement of people across the Internet, and that got me hyped up as well. Did the film live up to the hype?
It’s a much-anticipated event in the Chinese-Filipino community, featuring a poster-making contest with a chance to win cash prizes, as well as talks on landscape painting and more. Don’t miss out on this! Discover what else you can expect from the Spring Festival here.