Monthly Archives: September 2014

Translation gone wrong? Or is it just different perceptions?

This post would be similar to the previous topic but we will be focusing on drama and how it successfully (or unsuccessfully) engage the audiences over various cultures, nationality and location. The original teen drama, Skins, was British and encompasses the lives … Continue reading

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Comedy and comedians can be offensive?

“Humour, and thus comedy formats, most drama, relying as it does on some unavoidable specificities of character and place, and of course the vast bulk of news and current affairs, remain stubbornly resistant to exploitation in a multiplicity of markets” … Continue reading

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Media capital: spatial flows towards Hong Kong

I believe Hong Kong is one of the biggest and lucrative city in the world as it is portrayed as one of the developed Media capital along with Hollywood, Chicago and recently India. Its rising velocity and volume of multi directional media flows are being … Continue reading

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Crossover Cinemas.

As i was growing up, watching movies at least once a week on the television became a routine. I’ve watched movies of various productions that are in different languages that includes English, Mandarin, Cantonese and some Malay films as i grew up … Continue reading

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