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Rouge of the North / 怨女 (1988)

TitleRouge of the North (En) / 怨女 (Zh)Year1988DirectorFred Tan / Tan Hon-Cheung / 但漢章StarringPat Ha / 夏文汐Based on Chang’s BookRouge of the NorthLength107 minutes The life and work of Eileen Chang have come down to us now as the stuff of legend. From he...

Lust, Caution / 色,戒 Resource Page

Tang Wei / 汤唯 The following page is a collection of some of the primary and secondary resources that I’ve been using for this series. I will be updating this from time to time and I ask that if you have something that you’d like to share please do so...

Cha Kwo Ling / 茶果嶺 Resource Page

Tin Hau Temple Cha Two Ling The following resource page is for those who are interested in following along while we walk through East Kowloon. The Route Shared route From Lam Tin Station to Yau Tong Station via Rehab Path. 1. Head southwest toward...

The Eileen Chang / Zhang Ailing / 張愛玲 Film Series

Eileen Chang circa 1930’s The life and work of Eileen Chang have come down to us now as the stuff of legend. From her meteoric rise in late Republican Shanghai to her lonely death in Los Angeles, Chang’s life and work remain captivating. Those of yo...

The Lung Yeuk Tau 龍躍頭 Heritage Trail in Fanling is one of the great walks in Hon

The Lung Yeuk Tau 龍躍頭 Heritage Trail in Fanling is one of the great walks in Hong Kong. Alternatively known as Lung Ku Tau or Lung Ling (Dragon Mountain), LYTHT is one of two Heritage Trails designed to promote the rural villages on the Northern edge o...

Visit Gilded Glory: Chaozhou Woodcarving / 潮州木雕 Exhibit

For most of us who are not part of the Chuichow / Teochew / Chaozhou / 潮州人 Community, Chuichow means food. This is the case because over 1 million of our friends and neighbors here in Hong Kong have their roots in the Chuichow Region of eastern Guangzh...

Explore Cha Kwo Ling / 茶果嶺 - East Kowloon Walk

Tin Hau Temple - Cha Kwo Ling Tucked in one of the last quiet corners of East Kowloon is perhaps the last "squatter villages" left in Hong Kong called Cha Kwo Ling / 茶果嶺. It is unfair, of course, to call it a "squatter village". The term is used to be...

Talk with Raymond Lam Senior Writer for Buddhist Door Global at WeWork

"I’d like to set the scene early on by putting forward to you that religion is a theme that is consistently underestimated in importance in the news. Despite all indications pointing to the opposite..." said Raymond Lam during his opening remarks at th...

Buddhism in the Age of Clicks: A Talk with Raymond Lam

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Buddhism in Film Series - Lost Horizon

Nearly bankrupting Columbia Pictures, Lost Horizon (1937) is still considered by some to be the most expensive movie ever made in Hollywood. In fact, it took 5 years to recoup the film’s production cost which is practically unheard of in the film busin...