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Articles by Chi Tung

Portrait of a Young Man: Ethan's Meow

A hopeless romantic or simply just hopeless? Even Ethan Mao can't quite decide...
Published on: 11/19/2004
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Gaga for Godzilla

APA and Mann and Toho present everyone's favorite one-man gang o'green...
Published on: 10/29/2004
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Peace on Earth

Anand Patwardhan's award-winning documentary is a marvelous portrayal of the tie that binds--human empathy.
Published on: 10/29/2004
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October 15: News Bites

Bai Ling shows her true Face, Asian artists of the world unite, Jay Chou comes to LA, Shall We Dance gets the Hollywood makeover, and so much more in this edition of News Bites.
Published on: 10/15/2004
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Somewhere in time

As ravishing as it is thought-provoking, Shin Yu Pai's "Equivalence" makes you buckle under the weight of the written word.
Published on: 10/15/2004
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The Diary of a Do-It-All

Chang Cheng Yue is a pop star by day, rapper by night. Guess which one keeps him gainfully employed?
Published on: 10/15/2004
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Age of Innocence: Ghost World Revisited

Is it sloppier than the first? Perhaps. Does it make a lick of sense? Not exactly. But Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence is some kind of spooky cool anyways.
Published on: 10/1/2004
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Tuning into Toshi

When Toshi talks, we listen. And by we, I mean APA and its loyal followers...
Published on: 9/17/2004
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Warriors Grounded: He Ping's Spaghetti Western without the meatballs

If it looks like a period piece, embodies the spirit of a Western, and fights like a kung-fu pic, then it’s gotta be...a half-baked excuse for all of the above.
Published on: 9/17/2004
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A Time For Toshi

Soul lovers rejoice; Toshi rejects the salacious slime of modern R&B and scores on cadence and feel-good vibes instead.
Published on: 9/3/2004
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