A highly entertaining comedy set against the backdrop of modern Hong Kong and Beijing, this film strikes a chord in all the right places, with an extremely able cast of supporting actors interweaving their own romantic disasters and successes. 4K
Tag Archive: OzAsia festival 2012
Arts in Adelaide is a new arts program for Adelaide. Check out edition 1 here and the various links in the blog post about the various artists.
Fire & Water, two solo recitals by Xiaoxia Zhao on Guqin and Li-Wie on Cello. Both performers featured in Tan Dun’s “Martial Arts Trilogy”. Xiaoxia Zhao, who began her Guqin studies at the age of nine and studied with the prestigious Guqin player Professor Li Xiangting and graduated with a Master’s Degree with Honors in …
OzAsia being an Australian festival celebrating Asian culture so what better way of doing that than by a collaboration of Australian and Asian performers. So fittingly then that Kodo, the oldest taiko (drum in Japanese) group in the world, and who never have worked with another taiko group since their debut at the ’81 Berlin …
Fun in every dimension, Fearless Nadia is a must see feature of this year’s OzAsia festival. 4.5K