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  • CANNES: Indonesia to Launch Film Market in 2015

    CANNES - Indonesia is to see the launch of an integrated new film market in early 2015. The Equator Film Expo (EFX) is intended to put the spotlight on the massive country's potential both as a co-producer and as a destination for incoming productions....
  • Thailand's citizens react stoically as military launches coup

    Thailand's citizens react stoically as military launches coup
    Thailand's military on Thursday carried out the country's 12th coup in 82 years, arresting government and protest leaders in a move the army chief said would end six months of turmoil and deadly protests. Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, flanked by uniformed...
  • Affirmative action amendment divides state's Asian Americans

    Affirmative action amendment divides state's Asian Americans
    The alarming messages began appearing on Chinese-language social media networks in early February: A proposal in the California Legislature would cut the number of Asian students admitted to UC schools. Posters called it the "Yellow Peril Act," while...
  • Chuck Hagel: The Asia pivot is still on

    Chuck Hagel: The Asia pivot is still on
    Russian troops are massing menacingly on Ukraine's eastern border. The civil war in Syria is still raging, and 33,000 American troops fight on in Afghanistan. So where is Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel headed this week? To Hawaii — for a meeting with...
  • Vietnam mobs torch foreign factories in anti-China protests

    Vietnam mobs torch foreign factories in anti-China protests
    Thousands of anti-China protesters ransacked, looted and set fire to foreign-run factories in southern Vietnam on Tuesday and Wednesday in a wave of violence sparked by a dispute over China’s placement of an oil rig in waters claimed by both...
  • Ivanhoe and Galloping Horse Ride Off With China Rights to 'Begin Again'

    CANNES -- Ivanhoe Pictures and Beijing Galloping Horse Film have jointly acquired the Chinese theatrical and all platform rights for John Carney's "Begin Again." The film, which premiered in Toronto last September, is a comedy about a dejected music...
  • CANNES: U.S.'s Magnum Films Picks Three Pic Pack From Media Asia

    Magnum Films has picked up North American rights to "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," the sequel to 2011 Johnnie To-directed romantic comedy "Don't Go Breaking My Heart." Hong Kong-based production and sales company Media Asia says that Magnum also bought...
  • Star Chinese Movies at 20: Movie Channel Eyes More Territories, More Production

    Star Chinese Movies has been through a succession of changes in its 20-year history, changes that reflect many of the currents in Chinese cinema and Asian television -- not to mention the shifting tastes of the audiences it serves. "Hong Kong films...
  • Pakistanis in disputed Kashmir worry about rise of Indian nationalist

    Pakistanis in disputed Kashmir worry about rise of Indian nationalist
    The rugged, snow-laced beauty of the Himalayan countryside masks a creeping sense of worry about political developments taking place far below these mountains. In neighboring India, Narendra Modi, a conservative Hindu nationalist with a history of...
  • Hillary Clinton's 'Hard Choices' makes for compelling reading

    Hillary Clinton's 'Hard Choices' makes for compelling reading
    She hasn't decided yet. Or if she has, she's not telling. But if Hillary Rodham Clinton does run for president in 2016, her new book "Hard Choices," a chronicle of her four years as secretary of State, leaves no room for doubt about how she might...
  • LACMA Chinese art curator Yu Yu to lead USC Pacific Asia Museum

    LACMA Chinese art curator Yu Yu to lead USC Pacific Asia Museum
    This story has been corrected. Please see below for details. Christina Yu Yu made a great leap eastward in 1998 from her native China to a college campus in Massachusetts. This summer she will make a somewhat smaller one: She’s leaving the Los...
  • Shanghai film festival highlights U.S.-China partnerships

    The 17th Shanghai International Film Festival kicked off this weekend with some red-carpet glamour, screenings and fresh announcements of new East-West partnerships, as the U.S. and mainland China — the world’s No. 1 and No. 2 movie markets...