Yesterday, the terror attack in Westminster draw a lot of attention around the world. This morning, the prime minister Theresa May announced that people who were injured are including 12 Britons and people of 10 other nationalities. Tonight, the attacker's identity has finally been revealed. I have been following closely with all the updates since … Continue reading Self-media, remember to take the responsibility of every single word you say
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
On 1st of February, the global search engine giant Google released ‘Dr Google’ in Australia. Ironically, just one month later, the dominant search engine in China Baidu, announced to shut down the ‘Baidu Doctor’ after two and a half year. Since the internet is widely available around the world, it seems we can do anything … Continue reading China shut down ‘Baidu Doctor’, so will ‘Dr Google’ survive?
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)
If you ask Chinese who are over 25, what is your mother tongue, those Chinese from the mainland might pop up with the word ‘mandarin’; whereas, I bet the majority of them just like me whose mother tongue is actually the dialects rather than Mandarin. Mandarin, as a matter of fact, was not a language … Continue reading Actually, Mandarin was not the mother tongue for mainland Chinese…
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)
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?
It seems our life always driven by the development of technology nowadays; whereas, there are some points that people takes over the charge and says ‘no’ to those fancy high tech. It sounds like a paradox, as the high tech are innovated by people as well. However, those people might just a small amount of … Continue reading Fancy high technology does not work all the time…
Every year, the first major event to celebrate at the Trafalgar Square is the Chinese Lunar New Year. As planned, the celebration in London was held on in the poorly heavy rain. You might already saw the performance on the set or the TV, even via Facebook live. There are always some things you might or … Continue reading 5 things you might missed at the Chinese New Year Celebration in London
I bet Qingdao will look so different now, nevertheless, it will be the ‘cosy seaside town’ in my mind forever.