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July 31, 2009: News from Abroad

Deepika and Saif show us how to love, McDull gets another film, and Asian cinema bids a sad farewell to Yasmin Ahmad. All this and more in the latest edition of News from Abroad.
Published on: 7/31/2009
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Anime Expo 2009: interview with Daisuke Ishiwatari and Toshimichi Mori

Get Ready for the Rebel -- the developers behind the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue fighting game franchises talk about their inspirations, the gaming industry, and who they would cosplay as.
Published on: 7/17/2009
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Anime Expo 2009: Interview with Yun Kouga, Seiji Mizushima, and Yosuke Kuroda

APA chats with Yun Kouga, Seiji Mizushima, and Yosuke Kuroda about adapting manga into anime, the anime industry, and which anime (and Disney?) characters they'd love to see fight it out...
Published on: 7/17/2009
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Anime Expo 2009: Morning Musume!

Japan's beloved "daughters" land at Anime Expo. APA has some fun with Morning Musume, the best-selling nine-member all-girl pop group of the last decade.
Published on: 7/17/2009
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July 17, 2009: News Bites

Park Chan-wook's Thirst plunges into American theaters, Margaret Cho unveils her fifth comedy concert, and... no martial arts experience needed to play Kato, apparently. All this and more in the latest edition of News Bites.
Published on: 7/17/2009
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July 17, 2009: News From Abroad

Evangelion (Can) Advance, Chinese writers quickly pay tribute to Michael Jackson, and can Kambhaqt Ishq believe in box office love? All this and more in the latest edition of News from Abroad.
Published on: 7/17/2009
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July 3, 2009: News Bites

Asian America creates its own ComiCon, the Best Dance Crew is back in competition, and can Manny Pacquiao dominate another entertainment arena? All this and more in the latest edition of News Bites.
Published on: 7/3/2009
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July 3, 2009: News from Abroad

Bollywood audiences come out for John Abraham's dramatic capture, Happy Girls are here to sing, and why hasn't anyone thought of RoboGeisha before? All this and more in the latest edition of News from Abroad.
Published on: 7/3/2009
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LA Asian Pacific Film Festival 2009: interview with the director and cast of White on Rice

Director Dave Boyle and actors Hiroshi Watanabe and Lynn Chen overcame script overhauls, fictional divorce, and heat stroke in order to create the winning comedy, White on Rice.
Published on: 7/3/2009
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LA Asian Pacific Film Festival: interview with Manilatown is in the Heart director Curtis Choy

"Happenstance always takes precedence" when following poet Al Robles. APA interviews filmmaker Curtis Choy about his latest documentary, Manilatown is in the Heart -- Time Travel with Al Robles.
Published on: 7/3/2009
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