For many years, I have attended the Singapore International Film Festival as a movie-goer. This year, for the first time, I will be attending the festival as a filmmaker.
My documentary about the Beijing Olympics, Boomtown Beijing, will be screening at in the Singapore Panorama section on Wed April 9th at 9:15pm and Sat April [...]
No matter how good my Mandarin is, I know that the Beijing-er can always tell that I am an outsider (外地人）from my accent.
I spent the best part of 2007, living out of a suitcase in Beijing, working on a documentary about the Beijing Olympics.
For someone from a small country like Singapore, Beijing is a sprawling [...]
I have been amazed by how much my reading habits have changed over the past two years.
I no longer read hard copies of daily newspapers and magazines on a regular basis.
Instead I subscribe to news feeds using the Google Reader. I scan through hundreds of articles electronically on a daily basis to imbibe the [...]
I recently presented my documentary about the Beijing Olympics at the Guangzhou International Documentary Festival.
Boomtown Beijing is my first independent film and making the festival poster for it was a big thrill. Mainly because of how last minute it all was. I got them printed the day I arrived in Guangzhou at a [...]
I love this term that has been coined to describe the future of multimedia content — “micro-audience” world.
TV 2.0 — a micro audience world? « Scobleizer — Tech geek blogger
It succinctly describes the immense opportunity and the intractable difficulties confronting content creators.
A micro-audience world implies that anyone can create their own media platform, using a [...]
In an era where even TV is becoming passe, I find it real cool that the National Book Critics Circle has its own blog.
The web seems to be a perfect means to spread the word about a good book.
Now the NBCC blog is asking award-winning novelists, historians, poets, critics and biographer to vote for their [...]