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2012/08/11

How Hollywood is cracking the China market

-Lights Camera, KAI SHI!!! 

Aug. 8 - A spike in China's box office revenues has grabbed the attention of Hollywood. Filmmakers are now on the hunt for local partners to help them get around annual restrictions on foreign film screenings.\
http://youtu.be/YaWffdT_QvE

2012/08/10

Wait... Jeremy Lin is Really Korean?

-WARNING HILARIOUS DIRTY LANGUAGE! (with a Korean accent.)

Jeremy Lin is Korean. Basketball is a Korean and Jesus collaboration invention.

BLOOPERS:
http://www.youtube.com/user/JustKiddingParty
http://youtu.be/bVWPrrsYIX8

2012/08/09

Kickstarter: Words We've Learned Since 9/11 - Exhibition in Beijing October 2012



Clayton Campbell is a visual artist living in Los Angeles. Since 2005, he has been working on his most important project to date, Words We Have Learned Since 9/11.  The Words project is a site specific installation of photographic portraits which establishes an important intercultural dialogue between diverse populations about cultural differences and how persons view their future.

At each exhibition site, all over the world, visitors are invited to be photographed with their words that they have learned since 9/11. The installation is an evolving and expanding collection of photographs, and each show builds a bridge between each community that has been part of the project. There are currently over 900 portraits in the exhibition.

Now, Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 has been invited to be exhibited this October in Beijing at the famous Three Shadows Photography Art Center, which was designed by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.


Support for the arts in China primarily comes from the government, but if you take those funds you also can expect government interference. Most of the contemporary arts venues in China have elected not to take any money from the government, as has 3 Shadows. So, many of the costs of this show fall on the artist, Clayton Campbell.

Clayton has decided to raise funds via Kickstarter to pursue this unique opportunity to show in Beijing because he feels it is crucial to have the Chinese voice in the project.
The funds raised will cover the expenses of bringing Clayton and his exhibition to Beijing, and holding a series of workshops where Clayton will be photographing up to 500 Chinese persons who will become part of the project.

To encourage you to help fund the Words project in Beijing, there are a series of unique rewards available in exchange for your support, including having your portrait taken and becoming a part of the project.
Rewards:
$5: All donations $5.00 and over will receive a special "thank you" on the website: Send us your word(s) and we'll include them on the site, alongside your name wordsprojectchina @ gmail.com
$10: Donate $10 and get a postcard print from the Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project mailed to you from the artist.
$50: Receive a 5x7" signed, limited edition photograph from the Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project.
$100: An original 11 x 8.5" signed, limited edition photograph from the Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project.
$150: You will receive TWO original 11 x 8.5" signed, limited edition photographs from the Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project.
$250: TWO 11 x 17" signed, limited edition photographs from the Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project.


$500: Your portrait will be taken with your very own "words you've learned since 9/11" and will be included in the Words Project.* You will also receive a signed 8.5 x 11" photograph of your portrait.
$1000: You will receive a signed, numbered copy of Clayton Campbell's limited edition book, Words We Have Learned Since 9/11, published just for the Beijing show. AND your portrait will be taken with your very own "words you've learned since 9/11" to be included in the Words Project* You will also receive a signed 8.5 x 11" photograph of your portrait.
"I want to thank you for considering my project and I truly hope you will support it. Now is the time to expand dialogue not only between China and the United States, but many other countries as well. And I think that as an artist I have a responsibility to help this happen, and my Words We Have Learned Since 9/11 project is doing just that." - Clayton Campbell, July 2012.
* Portrait sessions will be scheduled for Los Angeles and New York in September 2012, tbd.

2012/08/08

Learn about the whole Chick-Fil-A story that the American Media Missed...in Mandarin!

-Learn about freedom of speech issues in Mandarin! 

Chick-fil-A因同性婚姻引发争议

美国快餐连锁店Chick-fil-A的总裁丹•凯西最近发表的一番被看作是反对同性婚姻的讲话在全美引起轩然大波。这期法律窗口要为各位介绍相关的法律问题。

http://youtu.be/5X0z-wmGl4Y


2012/08/07

Watch What American Labor and Delivery Nurses Don't Know: Chinese Baby Tube Swimming!

-Looks painful! UGH! 
http://youtu.be/yXgAPvcXiWo http://youtu.be/lgAD_Qo96xA Juliana takes her first-ever swim in a Chinese "Baby Swimming" store.

2012/08/06

China Movie Trailer: "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate" starring Jet Li

-Jet Li in 3D? A must! 

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate IMAX 3D Official Trailer (2012) Jet Li Movie (2012) HD
http://youtu.be/Pbxef2jZFwo

From Wikipedia:
Flying Swords of Dragon Gate is a 2011 wuxia film directed by Tsui Hark and starring Jet Li, Zhou Xun, Chen Kun, Li Yuchun, Kwai Lun-mei, Louis Fan and Mavis Fan. The film is a remake of Dragon Gate Inn (1966) and New Dragon Gate Inn (1992). Production started on October 10, 2010 and is filmed in 3-D. The film screened out of competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012. The film received seven nominations at the 2012 Asian Film Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.

From Lost Laowai:

But 3D knives flew at your head with sufficient regularity to make up for the convoluted plot, and the cinematography was gorgeous.
Well worth watching. Go with friends. Don’t try to figure out what’s being said. You’ll have much more fun that way.

File:The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate poster.jpg

From the Hollywood Reporter:
Props, instead of top-liner Jet Li, do most of the stunts in Flying Swords of Dragon Gate,Hong Kong director Tsui Hark's extravagant and berserk 3D swordplay blockbuster which squeezes court intrigue, star-crossed love and a treasure hunt into one over-booked desert inn. EmployingAvatar's Chuck Comisky to supervise the 3D technology, the film is single-minded in its wham bam delivery of stereoscopic stimulation. By contrast, Tsui, who is also writer and producer, appears absent-minded when trying to fit a ragtag bunch of characters into a distended plot teeming with more cross-dressing and mistaken identities than Twelfth Night.


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