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Stephen Chow
With the release of Shaolin Soccer in 2001, the HK film industry revealed to the world his best comedian from the nineties: Stephen Chow Sing Chi, also know as the King of 'Moleitau', a Cantonese word to describe his non-sensical humour. Either you hate it, either you love it, but nobody can surely stay mute before such absurdity.
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Latest article added : Interview Terence Yin: alive not dead artist (28/12/2008)
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  Interview Terence Yin: alive not dead artist :
A familiar face in the cinema of the last decade but rather a low profile artist, Terrence Yin has a lot of interesting things to discuss about. In the interview below, Yin talks about his career, the rather disappointing entertainment industry in HK, which he parodied with other friends with the "Alive" act and subsequent mockumentary "Heavenly Kings", and Yin discusses www.alivenotdead.com, a portal for local artists that he has created.
Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 28/12/2008
Type(s) : Interview

  Interview with Elvis Tsui :
After an exile up North in Beijing for TV-series work, Elvis Tsui agreed to come back to HK to work on Nick Chin’s directorial debut, Magazine Gap Road.
We had the chance to send a few questions to Tsui via Chin and the film producer. Hoping for more developed answers, we still were grateful to get some answers to our questions on this HK extraordinary actor who deserves a bigger spot under the limelights.
Author(s) : Mounir Zekhnini, Thomas Podvin, Van-Thuan LY
Date : 15/12/2008
Type(s) : Interview

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