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2018 Year-in-Review: China's Food Packaging Laws

In 2018, the food and food packaging industry witnessed many changes within China's regulatory system, beginning with the National People's Congress (NPC) - China's national legislative body - ... read more

Review: Generation Zero offers a solid world to shoot but it’s technically marred

Just Cause and Mad Max creators Avalanche Studios have been busier this past year than I think they’ve ever been. Just Cause 4, the upcoming Rage 2 and the just-released Generation Zero is a rather ... read more

Royals Review Roundtable: What are you most interested in seeing from the Royals this season?

I think catchers are wildly underrated, from defense to leadership to handling a pitching staff, and I want to see if the Royals can be the same without their World Series MVP on the field all year. ... read more

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4K Review: Clint Eastwood Is Everyone's Senile Boomer Dad In 'The Mule'

Clint Eastwood may not be a guaranteed Oscar-contending director every year, owing to some oddball choices (Jersey Boys, The 15:17 to Paris), no-longer-charming political incorrectness, and that weird ... read more

Could suborbital point-to-point really be worth $20 billion a year in 2030?

that there would be a $95 million per year business for suborbital tourism in 2007 (see “Ka-CHING!”, The Space Review, October 7, 2004.) Getting the risk of suborbital spaceflight flown off might ... read more

Spring training in review: 5 good, 5 bad things about the White Sox

Thousands of ground balls, hundreds of pitchers fielding practices, umpteen meetings and 29 Cactus League games later, the White Sox are done with spring training, ready to embark on year three of ... read more

SXSW 2019: I SEE YOU Review – A Wonderfully Twisted And Bonkers Horror Movie

We start with a dreamlike sequence in which a 12-year-old boy is peddling his bike on a trail by the woods until he’s suddenly launched backward into the air, as if grabbed by giant invisible hands ... read more


This work makes a fresh but dignified interpretation on one of the most important masterpiece of polish literature. The play was a part of celebration composer's 200 birthday as year 2019 had been ... read more

Book review: In ‘Lost Children Archive,’ a family road trip collides with an immigration crisis

No members of the family are given proper names by the novel’s primary voice. “She” uses “my husband,” “the boy” for their 10-year-old son and “the girl” for their 6-year-old daughter — or she uses ... read more

Week in Review: Rough start in new league for Catalina softball

I wouldn’t push the panic button. The Cougars, who closed last season with 19 straight wins, welcomed the move to the Gabilan this year after going undefeated in the old Mission Trail Athletic League. ... read more

‘Shazam!’ movie review: This DCEU film is everything you want in a superhero movie

It’s basically impossible for me to give an objective review of a DCEU film ... The cliffnotes version of the movie, though, is this: Billy Batson is a 14 year old foster kid who, after chatting it up ... read more

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