Japanese actor-director Takeshi Kitano says he wanted his new film Kubi” to show the world of samurai in ways that mainstream movies have rarely done before, by portraying the homosexual, love-hate relationship of warlords in one of Japan’s best known historical episodes.
Cambodia on Thursday inaugurated its newest and biggest airport, a Chinese-financed project meant to serve as an upgraded gateway to the country’s major tourist attraction, the centuries-old Angkor Wat temple complex in the northwestern province of Siem Reap.
Chinese President Xi Jinping signaled late Wednesday that China will send new pandas to the United States, calling them “envoys of friendship between the Chinese and American peoples.”
After a video of herself performing slam poetry goes viral, Soma Kear’s life becomes a lot (even more than it already was).
A winter holiday story doesn’t have to have a decorated tree or a festive celebration.
Former Gov. Gary Locke has joined international law firm Dorsey & Whitney as the firm’s Senior Advisor.
“The Marvels,” concerning a trio of Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroines, comes to us written by three women—director Nia DaCosta, plus Megan McDonnell, and Elissa Karasik.
The Lakeside/St. Nicholas Alumni Association awarded Uwajimaya CEO Denise Moriguchi with the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award on Nov. 8.
President Obama once said, “Elections have consequences.”
Despite ongoing advocacy and legislation to combat anti-Asian racism that arose after the pandemic, about a third of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders say they have experienced an act of abuse based on their race or ethnicity in the last year, including being on the receiving end of verbal harassment, slurs, physical threats or cyberbullying.