Making friends is never easy, and for little Shoko, who has a hearing impairment, it’s especially difficult. And school bully Shoya doesn’t make things any easier for her in A Silent Voice.
Celebrities abducted from Hong Kong? New documentary tells the story of actors forced to work for North Korean dictator [Review]
The world was shocked in 1978, when famed South Korean actors Shin Sang-ok and Choi Eun-hee were abducted from Hong Kong and taken to North Korea.
After a period of emotional turmoil, US progressive metallers Mastodon return with their seventh studio album.
MLB: The Show ‘17 opens with the soothing tones of Vin Scully over a live-action video of classic baseball moments like last year’s Cubs World Series win drawn by an artist in on a chalk scoreboard.
“One in a million! Annyeonghaseyo, Twice imnida!” The official greeting of the two-time Golden Disc Awards winner, Twice, may be familiar to some ears.
We learn at a young age that making friends can be easier said than done. For hearing-impaired Shoko Nishimiya in A Silent Voice, this is especially true.
Later this year, the five-piece rock band Nowhere Boys will be hitting their hometown in a big way – by holding a concert in Kowloon Bay in October.
Selena Gomez-produced Netflix show ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ a disappointment, proving that sometimes adults don't know best
Jay Asher's 2007 novel gets the small-screen treatment - but it's too focused on adult reactions to teen problems to be a winner
Real Estate left a mark on the music press with 2014’s Atlas, and after a minor line-up change, have returned with their fourth release In Mind.
Talented writer James Blunt should stop following the Ed Sheerans of the world and do his own thing [Review]
Despite selling more than 20 million albums, James Blunt recently took songwriting lessons from Ed Sheeran in the lead up to his latest album The Afterlove.