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Using the 1992 Los Angeles riots as a backdrop, Korean-American actor and director Justin Chon shows us the playing field is still far from level.
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Finish Dragon Quest XI to receive a password to the past.
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Based on R. J. Palacino’s New York Times bestseller, Wonder tells the incredible story of August Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), who gets bullied for how he's different.
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Not to be confused with the Chinese dish, electronic music duo Peking Duk has had an incredible rise to success but they aren’t slowing down.
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The charismatic TV host also tells Young Post about his start at Metro Radio and trying to balance his university studies with his DJing gig.
Last Friday, K-pop artists GOT7 and Super Junior were confirmed to be performing at the Kpop-rich 2017 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong on December 1 at AsiaWorld-Expo, Arena.
A HK-American artist hopes this film will give people a whole new perspective on the famous Dutch painter.
The well loved British author of countless children’s classics also has a darker side to his literary genius. Read these short stories to find out more.
Taylor Swift is one of those celebrities so famous that even if you don’t listen to her music, you probably know something about her. Usually, the assumption is, “Isn’t she the one who always writes songs about her boyfriends?”
Loving Vincent is an aesthetic, dreamy, captivating and poignant cinematic work of art like no other
More responsive, better kissers and willing to learn new tricks, there are many reasons why dogs (and not cats) are man's best friend.
The director and star focuses more on Hercule Poirot's character, leaving actual murder in the background
If your parents suddenly announced that you were packing up and moving to a town called “Perfect”, you, you might hear a few alarm bells ringing. Violet Brown has no desire to move house, thank you very much.
I’ll come out and say it – Rebel in the Rye is a disappointing film. Even if you’re a fan of JD Salinger’s classic novel, this film about the author’s life will feel like a drag on your time.