Instead of taking guided tours of the cities you visit, why not explore them on your own? Along with your map and guidebook, take a good novel set in the city - and read a few pages when you stop for a rest at parks and cafes!
The Bergman Week is organized by the Bergman Center, a museum dedicated to the life and works of Ingmar Bergman. Many films are screened during the festival. The museum has a permanent and temporary exhibtions..
More than 280 films from 50 countries will be presented at the Hong Kong International Film Festival. There will be feature length films, short films, documentaries, restored classics reflecting a broad range of genres,
According to John Stapleton in Thailand: Deadly Destination, the Land of Smiles is one of the world’s most dangerous travel destinations for tourists. So why do travelers keeps Thailand tourist spots?
A Gothic novel from the 19th century is transformed into an avant-garde stage production exploring class, rebellion, religion, familial relationships, and gender inequality. How will two different people react to the same play?
A Chinese-Canadian forensic accountant, who happens to be a lesbian, learns that her half-brother is threatened with financial ruin and her family faces disgrace. Can her legal advice and martial arts skills save the day?
“Midnight in Peking” is the painstaking reconstruction of the unsolved murder of a 19-year-old daughter of a retired British diplomat and scholar Beijing in the late 1930s. Wonderfully written, it proves fact is stranger that fiction.
The publication of Go Set a Watchman’ by Harper Lee, whose only other novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, is an American classic, was one of the most anticipated literary events of 2015. Does it live up to expectations?
Following the World Premiere of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in Southern California, Cast and Crew are flown by All Nippon Airways on a customized Star Wars jetliner for the European premier in London.
“The Opium War: Drugs, Dreams and the Making of China” was written by Julia Lovell, a Professors of Chinese History at the University of London. Published in 2011, it has attracted praise and skepticism by scholars.