A Review of Green Grass, Pale Fire (草地火焰)
Night is Young (夜更) follows a Hong Kong taxi driver on one night in 2019.
On Taiwan’s precarious role in global supply chains
A Review of Green Jail (綠色牢籠)
Like many third parties, Taiwan's Green Party has struggled to balance activism with winning elections.
A man carries his son along a dusty road. A girl roasts rats with her grandmother. Newlyweds zip past on a motorcycle.
The debate over whether a Chinese film is 'subversive' or not often misses the point, when such relations are better understood as constantly negotiated.
In one scene, the magician morphs into a clumsily animated CGI zebra.
The party is trying to cultivate a cooler aesthetic on social media.
'Invisibility does something on a subconscious level to all of us.'
The building I live in proves something like a universe in itself, containing several union offices, a love hotel, offices, and a barbershop.
Contemporary Taiwanese films focus on the effects of violent crimes committed by young people.
On escaping the narrow confines of one’s own polity
The first hint that something big would be taking place in Bangka over the weekend was when a large stage was set up on the street of my apartment building and started blaring loud electronic music every day at 11 AM
“Handsome guys! Beautiful women! 929 is broken! Thank you for your patronage!”