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New Azur Lane Swimsuit Illustrations Censored in China Once More

The edition of Azur Lane for those in mainland China has once again been censored, a move that will hardly shock fans considering the frequency at which they do such a thing; this time, the new swimsuits acquirable through the latest event had their seductive illustrations covered up. The beautiful bathing suits were made less […]
Tags: Games, China, Censorship, Smartphones, Anime, Comparison, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Azur Lane, Casuals


Trump Is NOT Banning TikTok Because This Comedy Is TOO GOOD TO BAN!!

Okay, TikTok not getting banned has less to do with its comedy and more to do with politics and money - BUT I’M SO HAPPY THE APP IS HERE TO STAY SO WE CAN CONTINUE TO WATCH THESE CREATORS SUCCEED Not to start off on a totally dark note, but I wish Trump cared as much about the pandemic as he does about TikTok. So... Trump was able to force TikTok to divest to a U.S. company in 90 days with no real evidence that TikTok was actually a national security threat, but we’re 7 months and 200K ...
Tags: Instagram, Microsoft, China, Walmart, Larry Ellison, Humor, Associated Press, Oracle, Trump, Bella, Ian, Tosh, Chris Olsen, Trump Administration, Manon Mathews, Ian Paget


Cool Stuff: ‘The Godfather’ Life-Size Bust Will Make a Great Gift on the Day of Your Daughter’s Wedding

As pop culture fanatics, we’ve seen a lot of weird, expensive merchandise inspired by movies and TV shows. But some of the most perplexing collectibles, at least to me, are life-size busts featuring life-like sculpts of famous faces, and this new piece from DAMTOYS inspired by The Godfather is easily one of the most unnerving. Marlon Brando is immortalized in a tangible form as this life-size bust of his portrayal of Vito Corlone in The Godfather, complete with a fabric partial suit, synthetic ...
Tags: Adaptation, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Drama, Paramount Pictures, Marlon-Brando, The-Godfather


/Filmcast Ep. 584 – I’m Thinking of Ending Things

The Slashfilmcast avoids Tenent while movie goers in China reject Mulan. For the feature review, David, Devindra, and Jeff watch I’m Thinking of Ending things, the newest Charlie Kaufman film on Netflix. Tune in to find out which cast member was thinking of ending the movie. Thanks to our sponsors this week: BetterHelp, Quip, and LightStream. Visit betterhelp.com/FILMCAST for 10% off your first month. Go to getquip.com/FILMCAST and get your first re-fill for free! Visit to lightstream...
Tags: Facebook, Movies, Youtube, China, David, Mulan, Charlie Kaufman, Jeff, Engadget, Tenet, Slashfilmcast, The Show, David Devindra, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra


‘Mulan’ Remake Honest Trailer: Everything You Loved About the Original Disney Movie…Is Gone

If Disney was going to do one thing right, you’d think that it would be giving Mulan a worthy live-action remake that let’s an all-Asian cast shine in an epic retelling of one of China’s most famous legends. But nope! Instead, they take everything you loved about the original animated adventure, shove it to the side, and try to create a Chinese fantasy war drama with sparks of female empowerment, all in a package that’s tame enough for the whole family. Ugh. Can we just have Mushu back already?...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, China, Fantasy, Disney, War, United States, Mulan, Lol, Honest Trailers, Remakes, Honest Trailer, Disney/Pixar, Video Of The Day, Family Films, Mushu


China Girl Afflicted With Devastating Brain Infection After Popping Pimple

The simple act of popping a facial blemish has resulted in a severe medical condition for one unlucky 19-year-old, as the victim suffered a fever while one of her eyes grew swollen; which will certainly have many hoping the same thing never happens to them. The 19-year-old girl named Yang was immediately subjected to a […]
Tags: Health, China, Accidents, Medical, International, Bizarre, Anime, Yang


Box Office: ‘Tenet’ Hits $200 Million Globally Despite Low Domestic Numbers, ‘Mulan’ Falters in China

Tenet and Mulan are both serving as the bellwether by which the movie industry will figure out how it can move forward amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Warner Bros.’ Tenet as the marker for box office success in the U.S., and Disney’s Mulan as a test on the power of streaming. But a week after both of their stateside releases, Tenet and Mulan are facing major box office struggles — with Tenet hitting a wall domestically and Mulan faltering in China. Every Christopher Nolan m...
Tags: Hong Kong, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, China, Disney, San Francisco, Canada, Korea, Box Office, Mulan, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Remakes, Variety, New York Los Angeles


'Mulan' flopped in its box-office debut in China

"Mulan." Walt Disney Pictures Disney's live-action "Mulan" remake debuted in China over the weekend with a disappointing $23 million, even with most theaters in the region back open. Calls erupted from outside China to boycott the movie after it premiered on Disney Plus and the end credits offered thanks to several Chinese government entities in Xinjiang that had been implicated in human-rights violations against Muslim Uighurs. Chinese authorities forced a media blackout on the movie in a...
Tags: Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, China, Disney, US, Trends, Analysis, Streaming, Box Office, Mulan, Xinjiang, Samba TV, China Box Office, Semrush, Variety Disney


Box Office: Tenet Leads Quiet Box Office

Box Office: Tenet Leads Quiet Box Office Christopher Nolan’s Tenet continues to lead the box office, albeit in quiet fashion. The time travel thriller, now currently playing in 2,910 locations, collected $6.7M over the weekend, which was down nearly 30% from last weekend’s $9.4 million debut and brings its domestic total to $29.5M. Worldwide, the pic has amassed $200M. As reported by Deadline, word-of-mouth improved over the weekend as audiences graded the film an 80% in Comscore/Screen ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, China, Disney, Sony, Russell Crowe, Box Office, Mulan, Tenet, Movie News, Natalie Krinsky, Bill Ted Face, Broken Hearts Gallery, Tenet Leads Quiet Box Office


Why is that?

Is it OK to use the AM radio after noon? What do chickens think we taste like? What do people in China call their good plates? What hair color do they put on the driver's license of a bald man? Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes? Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds? Why are there Interstates in Hawaii? Why are there flotation devices in the seats of planes instead of parachutes? Why are cigarettes sold at gas stations where smoking is prohibited? Have you ever imagined a world wi...
Tags: China, Noah, Hawaii, Humor, Geronimo


‘Parasite’ Can’t Stop Winning Awards, Picking Up 10 Nominations at the Asian Film Awards

Remember when Parasite won Best Picture at the Oscars earlier this year? That may have been the last good thing to happen in 2020, before the world descended into the hell that we currently live in. But while the rest of the world has had a pretty bad year, Parasite continues to have one great one, picking up even more awards nominations on top of its historic Oscar wins, this time at the Asian Film Awards. We can pretend, for a brief moment, that we’re back in February 2020, riding high off...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Movies, China, Awards, Taiwan, Thriller, Tokyo, Busan, Academy, Macau, Bong Joon, Chung Mong, Parasite, Asian Film Awards


Exorcism Master – review

Director: Xiang Qiu-Liang Release date: 2017 Contains spoilers A recent Chinese film this is one that carries a central monster that looks a bit more zombie than kyonsi and, in truth, the subtitles I saw use the word zombie all the way through. However I was firmly of the opinion that it fell much more on the vampire side and there are several direct giveaways that I’ll point out in the review. Beyond this, we have a fantasy fare that could have withstood more character exploration as the good ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Movies, China, Ma, Jin, Hua, Energy Vampire, Kyonsi, Xiang Qiu Liang, Tan Xin Zer, Tiancai Tan Xin Zer, Jianghzi, Tiancai, Qin Yu Karena Ng Chin Yu She, Qin Yu, Qin YuThis


Original Content podcast: Disney’s ‘Mulan’ is a decent remake overshadowed by controversy

Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan” comes with some serious baggage. First, the film has drawn political controversy for its star’s statements in support of the action Hong Kong police against protestors, as well as the fact that “Mulan” was partly filmed in the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government has held Muslim ethnic minorities in detention camps. And although it’s less weighty, it’s also hard to escape the business context: “Mulan” is one of the first big Hollywood blockbusters ...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, China, Disney, Muslim, Jordan, Mulan, Warner Bros, Xinjiang, Tenet, The Walt Disney Co


Original Content podcast: Disney’s ‘Mulan’ remake is fun, if you can forget the controversy

Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan” comes with some serious baggage. First, the film has drawn political controversy for its star’s statements in support of the action Hong Kong police against protestors, as well as the fact that “Mulan” was partly filmed in the Xinjiang region, where the Chinese government has held Muslim ethnic minorities in detention camps. And although it’s less weighty, it’s also hard to escape the business context: “Mulan” is one of the first big Hollywood blockbusters ...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Hong Kong, Hollywood, Media, Podcasts, Entertainment, China, Disney, Muslim, Jordan, Mulan, Warner Bros, Xinjiang, Tenet, The Walt Disney Co


Why do the Chinese hate Disney’s Mulan so much?

Disney’s Mulan comes out in China today. All indications are that this movie is going to be a huge flop in China. Now, Mulan isn’t getting great reviews in the US either (it’s currently at a 5.5 out of 10 on IMDb), but it’s doing even worse in China (currently at a 5.1 out of 10 on MTime, China’s IMDb). Some of the US reviewers are saying that the film suffered from trying to appease Chinese censors and Chinese audiences. But Chinese audiences are not at all impressed with the result...
Tags: Movies, China, Disney, US, Personal, Culture, Shanghai, Linguistics, Mulan, Kung Fu Panda, Tenet, Henan, Fujian, Mulan Everyone


China bans media coverage of Disney's 'Mulan' in attempt to hide Xinjiang mass abuse

The Chinese government has ordered major media outlets in China to not cover the release of Walt Disney's "Mulan." Authorities ordered the ban as controversy broke out over the film's links with China's Xinjiang region, where China is committing mass human rights abuses against the Uighur minority population and others, Reuters reports today. This is all a big bummer for Disney, which performed backflips to make the movie appeal to audiences in China. The $200 million production features Chin...
Tags: Video, Movies, News, China, Censorship, Disney, United States, Mulan, Xinjiang, Walt Disney, Uighur, Reuters, Cyberspace Administration of China, Cyberspace Administration, Liu Yifei, Jet Li Gong Li Donnie Yen


The 'Boycott Mulan' movement has surged and turned online sentiment around the movie negative, according to new social-media data

"Mulan" Disney "Mulan" is facing backlash after the end credits thanked Chinese government entities in Xinjiang that had been implicated in human-rights violations against Muslim Uighurs. Nearly 43.73% of tweets about "Mulan" since September 1 have expressed a negative sentiment toward the movie, according to data-trends company SEMrush. 40.39% were positive and 15.88% were neutral. "Mulan" was viewed by 1.12 million US households over the Labor Day weekend from Friday to Monday, according...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, China, Disney, Trends, Streaming, Roku, Mulan, Xinjiang, Weibo, Samba TV, Tech Insider, Travis Clark, Liu Yifei


Warrior Season 2 Trailer Debuts Ahead of October Premiere

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warrior Season 2 trailer debuts ahead of October premiere Cinemax has released the official trailer for the upcoming second season of their hit martial arts series Warrior, providing us with a preview of the new season’s action-packed scenes as the battle of San Francisco Chinatown continues to rage on. The series will make its return on Friday, October 2. Check out the video in the player below along with the new poster! RELATED: Hasbro Will Likely Bump Snake Eyes to 202...
Tags: TV, Cinemax, TV News, Video, Warrior


‘Mulan,’ once a sure thing, becomes a problem for Disney

By Christopher Palmeri, Shirley Zhao and Lucas Shaw | Bloomberg It was supposed to be another $1 billion blockbuster for Walt Disney Co. — a live-action remake of a 1998 animated hit featuring an all-star Asian cast, breathtaking cinematography and plenty of martial arts. Instead, the new “Mulan” is proving to be a political hot potato, reflecting the U.S.’s fraying ties with China, and the choices companies face when operating in the highly politicized, but lucrative environment that is modern-...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, Business, Christopher Nolan, Movies, Minnesota, Congress, California, China, Disney, Sport, Taiwan, Beijing, Soccer, Xi Jinping


Disney Criticized for ‘Mulan’ Credits Thanking Chinese Propaganda Departments Linked to Detention Camps, Underreporting COVID-19 Cases

When Disney first announced its remake of Mulan, Asian-American audiences who grew up on the 1998 original only had one major concern: no whitewashing. But cut to five years later, following the unexpected release of the Niki Caro-directed film on Disney+, and there are larger, more insidious sociopolitical concerns at work in Disney’s live-action Mulan remake. It’s just one of the many major criticisms over serious issues that Disney is fielding this week, including labor concerns over coronav...
Tags: Hong Kong, Florida, Movies, California, China, Disney, Beijing, Chinese communist party, Mulan, Xinjiang, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Remakes, Turpan


‘Tenet’ Scores $20 Million at U.S. Box Office, While Disney+ Downloads Spike With ‘Mulan’ Release

Warner Bros.’ Tenet and Disney’s Mulan have been hand-in-hand for most of the summer — they were both being primed to be the first big blockbusters that would reopen movie theaters amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, they were both delayed three times each, they were both major tentpoles starring a POC lead. But the studios ended up going in very different directions as August neared and the pandemic’s end was nowhere in sight. Warner Bros. decided to release Tenet overseas first before o...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, California, China, Russia, Disney, Box Office, Mulan, Warner Bros, Hamilton, Rob Zombie, Forbes, Tenet, Netflix/Streaming Video, Warner Bros Tenet, Sensor Tower Disney


Disney filmed parts of 'Mulan' in China's Xinjiang, where millions of Muslims are being spied on and locked up

Chinese actor Liu Yifei, who plays the title character "Mulan," seen in the movie. Disney Disney filmed scenes from "Mulan" in Xinjiang, a western Chinese region where the government is detaining and oppressing millions of ethnic Muslims. In the credits, the movie thanked the Chinese Communist Party Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Committee and the Bureau of Public Security in Turpan, a city in the region. Both bodies have facilitated the detention of more than one million Uighur Muslims...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, News, Media, Entertainment, China, Disney, US, Trends, Beijing, News UK, Mulan, Xinjiang, Joshua Wong, Turpan, Uighur


"Disney has thanked four propaganda departments and a public security bureau in Xinjiang, a region in northwest China that is the site of one of the world’s worst human rights abuses happening today."

"More than a million Muslims in Xinjiang, mostly of the Uighur minority, have been imprisoned in concentration camps.... Disney... worked with regions where genocide is occurring, and thanked government departments that are helping to carry it out....  Disney executives had thought that the original 'Mulan' would please both the Chinese government and Chinese filmgoers. But because Disney had distributed 'Kundun' (1997), a film glorifying the Dalai Lama, Beijing restricted the studio’s ability t...
Tags: Movies, Law, China, Disney, Beijing, Scorsese, Dalai Lama, Xinjiang, Martin Scorsese, China Disney, Genocide, Ann Althouse, Disney Michael Eisner, Zhu Rongji, WaPo Kundun


China Woman Survives Being Penetrated By 31 Inches of Pure Steel

Construction workers have potentially proven their field to be the most dangerous and unnerving as yet another has been subjected to a nearly fatal accident, this time with a woman being penetrated by a rod measuring 31 inches in terrifyingly impressive length. Known as Xiang, the unlucky woman was painfully skewered by the obstructing steel […]
Tags: Health, China, Accidents, Medical, International, Anime, Guangdong, Xiang, Inches of Pure Steel


Tzi Ma on Being the Go-To Onscreen Asian Father, What ‘Mulan’ Means for the Asian-American Community [Interview]

Tzi Ma has become the go-to dad in countless Asian-led movies. From The Farewell to Tigertail, culminating in this year’s highly anticipated Disney remake of Mulan, there’s a warmth and world-weariness that the Hong Kong-born actor brings to films that are beginning to evolve audiences’ understanding and exposure to Asian-American culture. But despite that, Ma is not a dad himself, though he assures that as an uncle of many nieces and nephews, he’s changed many a diaper. “I have been able to do...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Movies, Interviews, China, Disney, Features, Mulan, Remakes, Don, Ma, Tigertail, David Henry Hwang, Niki Caro, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar


The 2020 Fall Movie Preview (Streaming)

The 2020 Fall Movie Preview (Streaming) Comingsoon.net is taking a look at movies set to become available digitally this Fall! Check them out below! RELATED: Check Out ComingSoon’s Fall 2020 TV Preview! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = goo...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, England, New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, California, France, China, Virginia, India, John Lennon, Time, Disney


Amateur radio in the news: Peek inside Baofeng factory, club hold socially-distanced demo day, American Legion posts connect via amateur radio

Walkie-talkie industry in south China’s Fujian adapts to market amid COVID-19 outbreak. Every year, about 20 million walkie-talkies are manufactured in Nan’an, accounting for more than 55 percent of the global production. Over the past few months, the city’s walkie-talkie industry has given active response to the changing market environment amid the COVID-19 outbreak. …..read more Here’s something that might be possible for other clubs to try….Dan Radio’s ‘official initiator...
Tags: Kentucky, China, Radio, Clubs, American Legion, Pritchard, Baofeng, Nan, Campbell River, Fujian, Gear/Gadgets, Dan Radio, Danville KY, Campbell River Amateur Radio Society CRARS, Tony Cromwell, Boyle American Legion Post


‘Mulan’ Review: A Disney Live-Action Remake Kind of Worth Fighting For

What justifies a live-action remake of a beloved classic? Is it better technology? A new chance at better cultural representation? Or is it really just a cash grab aimed at mining the audience’s nostalgia for a childhood staple? For Disney and its recent string of uninspired live-action remakes of its animated hits, it’s usually the latter, with the first two being rolled out as typical excuses. But Niki Caro‘s Mulan promised something different: a new vision of the beloved 1998 animated film t...
Tags: Movies, China, Disney, Features, Movie Reviews, Mulan, Remakes, Liu, Caro, Donnie Yen, Imperial Army, Tung, Niki Caro, Gong Li, Disney/Pixar, Jason Scott Lee


Live-Action Mulan Will Be Free to All Disney+ Subscribers in December

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Live-Action Mulan will be free to all Disney+ subscribers in December Ahead of its PVOD release tomorrow, it has been revealed through Disney+’s official website that Niki Caro’s live-action Mulan will be available to all the streamer’s subscribers on Friday, December 4 for no additional cost. This revelation is good news to fans who were initially not on board with the film’s premiere access fee of $30. However, it remains unknown if this would affect the film’s performa...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, China, Disney, Streaming, Mulan, Meg, Donnie Yen, Imperial Army, Singapore Malaysia, Tung, Niki Caro, Movie News, Jason Scott Lee, Hua Mulan, Liu Yifei


Fans are flocking to support the US Army officer who was suspended for a Holocaust joke in his TikTok video

US Army 2nd Lt. Nathan Freihofer. Twitter/@PaulSzoldra, TikTok/@_itsnate Nathan Freihofer, a US Army second lieutenant, was suspended of his leadership roles pending an investigation after he uploaded a TikTok video with anti-Semitic remarks.Freihofer claimed in the video he was making a joke.Freihofer, who amassed nearly 3 million followers on TikTok before his account was deactivated, received support from his fans.Fans have claimed the Army was being unnecessarily harsh against Freihofer...
Tags: Politics, News, Entertainment, China, US, International, Trends, Georgia, United States, Holocaust, Army, Pokemon, Nazi, North Carolina, Donald Trump, US Army



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