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Jay Chou

Rapping About ... A Corrupt Eunuch

AP | Posted 02.26.2013 | Entertainment

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan's pop king Jay Chou has played roles as varied as superhero, vampire and cowboy. So his latest album about an influentia...

The Top Ten Myths of Modern China

Tom Doctoroff | Posted 07.18.2012 | Business
Tom Doctoroff

China will not implode. Its road to superpower status will be bumpy, even rocky in parts, but the fundamentals of sustained macroeconomic expansion are in place and, for the large part, enduring. Here are 10 popular misconceptions about China.

American-Style Individualism in China? Looks Deceive

Tom Doctoroff | Posted 05.17.2012 | World
Tom Doctoroff

Surely the forces of change are reshaping the Chinese psyche. Surely people, once suppressed by colorless conformity, are embracing individualism. Sorry, but no.

The Green Hornet: So Sue Me, I Liked It!

Jackie K. Cooper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jackie K. Cooper

Seth Rogen stars in the action comedy The Green Hornet and takes the action comic hero genre in a whole new direction. For this film nothing is sacred and all of it is fun.

Why The Green Hornet's Kato Matters

Jonathan Kim | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

The film's real star in The Green Hornet isn't Rogen, but Chou, and the importance of an Asian actor co-starring in a mega-budget American crowdpleaser should not be overlooked.

Movie Review: The Green Hornet - Don't Get Stung

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

The Green Hornet is a mixed bag -- not an abject failure, but still, not a film that recognizes its own strengths. It gets away with a lot -- and is often more entertaining and enjoyable than it has any right to be.

PHOTOS: 'The Green Hornet' Premiere

Huffington Post | Nicole Larson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Los Angeles

Actors Seth Rogen, Cameron Diaz, and Jay Chou hit the red carpet Monday evening for the premiere of their upcoming film, Columbia Pictures' The Green ...

Thoughts on Kitsch and Culture after Mao

Julian Baird Gewirtz | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Julian Baird Gewirtz

We are left with a picture of a China that is full of contradictions and conflicting trends, of liberalizing desire to become an open society mixed with a strong strain of conservative attachment, of kitsch and real splendor existing side-by-side.