Category Archives: Public displays of affection
…we just got ourselves some jobby-jobs. But we’re lurking behind a corner. No water fountain and abandoned car is safe. We’re armed with Twitter, and don’t make us use it. In the meantime, re-visit our year-old Jeremy Lin blog summit, featuring … Continue reading
An Expo salute of sorts, in the Huffpo. Yes, it’s been a sloooow couple of weeks. But fear not — the breach will return, as brazen and bonkers as ever.
A lot of directors think that a shaky camera automatically makes it authentic. But I wanted to show that beauty can be authentic too. Chi and I recently interviewed Chinese Canadian director Lixin Fan, whose heartbreaking documentary Last Train Home … Continue reading
Breaching the good breach over at Asia Pacific Arts, with writer-director Eva Jin. Jin’s Sophie’s Revenge (starring a delightfully wonky Zhang Ziyi) did big business at the Chinese box office, even if it’s another underwhelming romantic comedy that takes its … Continue reading