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Chinese novelist Chan Koonchung says he writes for “his Beijing friends” though they can’t buy his books. Here, he discusses censorship, Tibet and his new work.
The roaring success of the 1994 film was followed by years of bad luck that included a near-fatal skiing accident for its director. As the musical based on the cult classic wows Hong Kong audiences, the filmmaker shows an unusual degree of restraint
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Journalist Ching Cheong reveals ex-rioters eager to mark 50 years since deadly protests in city bowed to Beijing’s liaison office and delayed events so celebrations of 20th anniversary of Chinese rule of Hong Kong wouldn’t be hit