Multimedia art exhibits may seem daunting to those who are not familiar with them, though they are a great fit for the expression of complex concepts and shaping viewer experiences beyond the visual aspect. What better way to get acquainted
Our Hong Kong Film Focus series looks at writing and storytelling in the ever-popular medium of film, and tonight’s event examines the expanding role of women filmmakers. We welcome upcoming filmmakers Sophia Shek and Nora Lam, along
Pulitzer prize-winning journalist and author Jonathan Kaufman brings us a tale of opium smuggling, family rivalry, political intrigue, and survival that stretches from Baghdad to Hong Kong to Shanghai to London.
Bruce Lee is a cultural icon, renowned the world over for his martial arts and film legacy. But Lee was also a deeply philosophical thinker, who saw in martial arts a metaphor for living a fully realized life. In her new book, his daughter
Don’t miss the chance to catch author and creator of the bestselling phenomenon that is Crazy Rich Asians, Kevin Kwan discuss his latest novel, Sex and Vanity, with Tatler’s Generation T editor, Lee Williamson. Moving between Capri
The pioneer of Chinese modern dance, Dr. Liu Feng-shueh founded her unique style on ethnic and cultural roots amid the flow of history. Following in Dr. Liu’s lineage, up-and-coming choreographer Lu Yi-chuan draws from the sense of drifting
In this latest novel, author Chan Koonchung sends his 14 year old protagonist to the netherworld for a magical realist journey in search of truth across 800 years of Beijing’s history. The book’s title refers to a plaque in Tiananmen Square
Li Kotomi is an author, translator, and interpreter from Taiwan, working in Chinese and Japanese. Her first novel written in Japanese Hitorimai (Solo Dance) received the Gunzō New Writer’s Award for Excellence in 2017 and her Chinese