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How About a Free Movie with that Street Meat?

Who doesn’t love night markets, especially Asian style ones? What can be better than the smell of stinky tofu as it fills the air while you make your way through rows and rows of assorted Asian treats with a hollowed … Continue reading

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Asian Films at TIFF

11 FLOWERS by Wang Xiaoshuai (China) – Drawing from Wang Xiaoshuai’s own biography, 11 Flowers explores the consequences of a kid’s crucial encounter with an outlaw and renders a vivid portrait of China during the Cultural Revolution. COUNTDOWN by Huh … Continue reading

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Andy Lau Knows What We Want

Last night, Chris, Joyce and I ignored the hype about the “storm of the year” that was supposedly hitting Toronto and attended the advance screening of WHAT WOMEN WANT at the Kennedy Commons AMC Theatre. If you haven’t heard press … Continue reading

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