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Dead men tell no tales
WE HAVE, perhaps, watched Errol Flynn buckling his swash once too often, read too many comic-book versions of “Treasure ... concentration of ships in the South China Sea along well-established shippin... read more
‘Inside Out’ Debut Exposes Absurdity of Box Office Horse Race
It’s a picture that unfolds largely in an adolescent’s mind as she struggles to come to terms with her family ... executives argue that some blockbusters can be the proverbial rising tide that lifts a... read more
Filmart: Can Japan Make Anime Great Again?
Genki Kawamura, the Toho hit-making producer behind Your Name, also doesn't believe its rising tide will lift all boats ... Read more: Filmart: Director Derek Chiu Talks Hong Kong Politics and the Dan... read more
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Stories for September 2014
posted: 09/30/2014 3:10 a.m. BERLIN -- Germany's military is unable to meet its medium-term readiness target should NATO call on its members to mobilize against an attack ... posted: 09/30/2014 3:05 a ... read more
Creative gems on display as Tokyo Designers Week goes populist
Another week, another design festival. But does this proliferation of events across Asia spell the death of the creative launch pads they represented a few years ago? If this month's Tokyo Designers W... read more
Guardian column: what should I write about?
I don't know if that's considered against the rules, but it was out of line ... As a former cabinet minister and the last governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten has seen more than his fair share of grand ... read more
A final word on Marshall’s comments
If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved poorly in a press conference setting, they should probably take a look at the 1 minute, 40 second group interview Brando... read more
How our tax take has been royally Scrooged
Presumably he too was headed out of town. Even Scott Morrison, who should have been proudly presiding over his first set of accounts books, was nowhere to be seen, having decided some time prior to es... read more
Dangerous desert, breached border
However much security has been beefed up on the northern side of the border since the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001, this does not seem to have diminished the tide of would-be ... control o... read more
Hejduk signs on for one more year
Good news for the Avs, their fans and for Milan Hejduk today. The Duke just signed a one-year contract extension with the team, through 2010-11. I’m still waiting to dig out what the contract will be ... read more
Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: China vs. Google
Peter Falk as Lt. Columbo Crime is not the major issue it once was in the late 1970s and 1980s. During that particular period, steadily increasing crime rates set up a situation where the issue was ... read more
Is globalisation coming to an end?
Five years on, the left wing movement against capitalism and globalisation has manifested ... During the past three decades, manufacturing and heavy industry has shifted to lower cost nations while ne... read more