A movie you are not willing to see for the 2nd time – A Serbian Film

I do not think I am a horror movie genre fan; however, turns out I watched quite a number of horror movies in the past. Then I realised I personally prefer those mental torture films instead of just using sounds or violent images to scare people. ‘Orphan’ and ‘Joshua’ are two films that I really … Continue reading A movie you are not willing to see for the 2nd time – A Serbian Film

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The consequence of confessing love is losing it at the same time — Review of ‘Two women’ (2014)

Do you remember the last time when you saw a movie that you were not able to predict the ending? Well, here comes the Russian movie -- Two women (2014). The movie based on the play ‘A Month in the Country’ which has been filmed in English for 5 times in the past; however, this … Continue reading The consequence of confessing love is losing it at the same time — Review of ‘Two women’ (2014)

The very first ‘girl crush’ on the big screen — Mädchen in Uniform (1931)

Anyone who studies films knows that the 'best films forever' rarely made in Hollywood. It is the same principle that you see thousands of people shopping in the Primark every day, but never see any hidden boutiques is full of people. Though Hollywood movies still dominate the film market, an increasing number of independent movies … Continue reading The very first ‘girl crush’ on the big screen — Mädchen in Uniform (1931)

Why western media seems always hostile to China?

Chinese Lantern Festival represents the end of the Spring Festival for Chinese New Year season, adults already get back to work, while children are ready for schools. During this period of time, there is always one thing attract a lot of attentions which is the Chinese New Year’s Eve Gala produced by Central China Television … Continue reading Why western media seems always hostile to China?

Will ‘Mein Kampf’ become the best-selling non-fiction book around the world?

27th of January, 2017 is the Chinese Lunar New Year Eve, as well as the ‘International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust’ launched by UNESCO. People who been through the second world war might never want to look back; whereas, be the one who is far away from the warfare, … Continue reading Will ‘Mein Kampf’ become the best-selling non-fiction book around the world?

‘Strip the City’ then dig into the unexpected…

It has been a long time since I watched this series of the documentary presented by the Discovery Channel -- Strip the City; however, every time I came across with someone who is working either in construction or geography industry, I always recommend them to take a look. ‘Strip the City’ has been translated to《层层透视大都会》in … Continue reading ‘Strip the City’ then dig into the unexpected…

Worth to watch: The Romanovs (Documentary)

If you are interested in history, especially Russia’s history, this documentary is really worth to watch! Russia, the nation owns the largest territory around the world, once the most powerful country in the world as well. Before Russia has been named, people might familiar with its former name: Soviet Union. How about before? Do you … Continue reading Worth to watch: The Romanovs (Documentary)

巴比伦饭店(Hotel Babylon)——五星大饭店之“移民殇”

第一季第五集是我看来最伤感的一集,第一次的看的时候身在国内,所以并没有特别深刻的体会,但如今却别有一番滋味在心头。虽然我并非非法移民,但是移民的身份却将我们的距离拉近,在异国他乡工作多数并不像表面上那样风光,没有足够的保障总是会让人感觉少点什么。