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Asian Culture
Internet, film festivals, DVDs, globalization of film productions, everything leads to transnational cultural exchanges. Asian culture is now under limelight in the West and faces more and more cultural exchanges. This part of the site gives account on how the cinematic culture is made nowadays how it is led by more and more crossovers. Because this issue is utterly complicated, our answers will be partial and temporary. Our goal is to contemplate what's going before our eyes, what make our time's culture and understand the culture of the pictures within an Asian context.

Interview with Andy Seto : A Kung fu comic creator
Andy Seto has worked in comics for nearly 20 years. He adapted cinema hits like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. In 2003 he adapted in a graphic novel Stephen Chow's masterpiece Shaolin Soccer. Thomas interviewed Andy Seto in august 2003.
 
Author(s) : Thomas Podvin
Date : 1/8/2003
Type(s) : Interview, Information
 
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Movies : Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Page : 1  
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