The origins of “Journey to the West” come from the 16th century and was published during the Ming Dynasty. Chinese audiences are wildly familiar with the classic tale and its many adaptations.
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To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month this month, Cinema Asian America presents its largest and most ambitious offering of films to date. In collaboration with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), nearly two dozen Asian American films are available to watch for free on VOD through the end of the month.
This month, Cinema Asian American on Xfinity On Demand presents the second feature film from Taipei-based filmmaker Arvin Chen, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?”
“Shaadi Ke Side Effects” (English title: “The Side Effects of Marriage”) is a Bollywood romantic comedy film directed by Saket Chaudhary and starring award winning actors, Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan in lead roles.
This month Cinema Asian America on Xfinity On Demand presents Kevin Hamedani’s raucous, bro-friendship comedy about filmmaking and the film industry, “Junk.”
“The Walking Dead” recently ended its fifth season with quite the cliff hanger — and it was a good one. But for those “Walking Dead” fans who still have not caught up (and believe me, you really should) I will spare the spoilers. Perhaps this is a good time to turn our attention to one of the characters who’s had an amazing trajectory throughout the series: Glenn Rhee.
Phoenix Satellite Television is a Hong Kong-based television broadcaster launched on March 31st, 1996. Our goal is to promote a free flow of information and entertainment among Chinese worldwide.
The number one Japanese-language channel in North America, TV JAPAN provides a rich lineup of news, entertainment and sports from top Japanese networks: NHK, Fuji TV, TBS, TV Asahi, Nippon TV and TV Tokyo.
Launched in 2002, Saigon Broadcasting Television Network (“SBTN”) was the first 24-hour Vietnamese television network specifically programmed to meet the needs of Vietnamese audiences living outside Vietnam.
CTI-Zhong Tian Channel, a 24-hour Mandarin-Chinese channel based in Taiwan, features some of the most popular Chinese-language programs in the U.S. From live news, talk shows, drama series from Taiwan and China, to popular variety programs, cooking shows, music series, fashion and travelogues shows, and local Chinese community news, CTI-Zhong Tian Channel keeps Chinese Americans connected to home.