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Graphic Novel Review: ‘Boxers & Saints’ by Gene Luen Yang


A new graphic novel brings to light a historical event that is too often unremembered. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Flowers of War

A fairly adept (if overly pretentious) production. Read More »

A Stranger in Malaysia: The Problem of Identity

I may have been born in Malaysia, but I feel like a stranger in my own country. Read More »

Guide to Asian Desserts

Sweets are a universal's true. There is a myriad of desserts to choose from. Here's a guide to some typical Asian sweets. Read More »

Phuket Culture: In Search of Baba-Yaya…

I love the local Phuket food. But I never really thought about where it came from until the other day. Read More »

The Malaysian Formula for Racial Harmony

Malaysians embody peaceful coexistence among the races. Read More »

Fox Launches its “World Cinema” Series with a Trio of Titles

A peek at Dum Maaro Dum, The Butcher, the Chef, and the Swordsman, and Angel of Evil. Read More »

Book Review: Pao by Kerry Young

Pao is a unique new work of historical fiction, set in Jamaica and told in the voice of a Chinese crime boss. Read More »

DVD Review: A Woman, A Gun And A Noodle Shop

Hey, if Kurosawa can re-imagine Shakespeare, I suppose Yimou Zhang can remake a Coen Bros. film. Read More »

Book Review: The Chinese Conspiracy by John Mariotti

Predictable "ripped-from-headlines" novel which never really musters excitement. Read More »