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Stateless, migrant, refugee ... many different words are used to describe them, all overshadowing the most important word, children.
Liu Yang wants to bring global audiences closer to China’s newest and most dynamic generation.
Say what? Crazy Rich Asians becomes Loopy Wealthy Asians as Russian news bots’ synonym hunt goes awry
News ‘spinning’ bots automatically rewrite articles about the hit summer movie starring Michelle Yeoh, but change the title of the film to Loopy Wealthy Asians using synonym-finding software.
From romance to drama to fantasy, here are some picks from Asia that could be the next blockbuster Hollywood movie in the vein of 'Crazy Rich Asians'.
We waver between experts and their studies, and social media which has bestowed powers upon influencers.
Living in a white-dominated country as an Asian can be a challenge, irrespective of duration.
In Hollywood hit 'Crazy Rich Asians', it is the dresses and suits that often catch the eye. And among the ones that helped in dressing the characters are none other than Malaysia's own fashion designers.
PETALING JAYA: Just how much of Malaysia became a part of Hollywood film Crazy Rich Asians? A lot.
Back in the 1980s, Wing Chun action movies were dominated by male stars like Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li and Sammo Hung. Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh became one of the first female Hong Kong action stars, with films such as 'Yes, Madam!', 'Police Story 3: Supercop' and 'Holy Weapon'.
Up-and-coming Malaysian singer Cheryl K performed her rendition of Motown Classic 'Money (That's What I Want)' which both opened and closed 'Crazy Rich Asians'.