“A Complicated Story” does the justice and very suitable as the title of the film. The movie is about a Hongkong University student Liu Yazi portrayed by actress Zhu Zhiying, who accepts an offer of a strict and binding contract to act as a surrogate mother for a wealthy anonymous client to cover her brother’s…… Continue reading A Complicated Story: a tangled tale you shouldn’t miss
How do you celebrate your Chinese New Year? Well, yes. Even if you’re not a Chinese, you can still celebrate this event. Many Filipinos have been celebrating this event with the Chinese community. You can attend Chinese New Year celebration at Binondo, Manila or you can just buy the famous “tikoy” to eat with your…… Continue reading Don’t miss out this year’s Spring Film Festival!
Celebrating its eleventh year, Spring Film Festival returns at Shangri-La Plaza, Shang Cineplex as a part of the incoming Chinese New Year celebrations. Shangri-la Plaza invites all moviegoers to take time and create memories that will count as they host this year’s festival with the collaboration of Ateneo De Manila University’s Ricardo Leong Center for…… Continue reading Spring Film Festival showcases modern Chinese film culture
Chinese New Year is not just about celebrating Chinese culture but it can also be a getaway for the family that can give relaxing feels! This year’s Spring Film Festival offered many fun and exciting activities for the families. It also gave the bonding that you needed to escape from your daily stress. Some people…… Continue reading Chinese New Year Getaway!
As part of celebrating Chinese New Year, Chinese Films will be shown for free starting on January 25 to 29 at Shang Cineplex, Shangri-La Mall. This year’s Spring Film Festival will feature Chinese Films such as Wolf Totem, Everybody’s Fine, Red Amnesia, Complicated Story, Book of Love and Horseplay that will further encourage appreciation and…… Continue reading Chinese Films: Celebrating Chinese Culture
A week-long celebration of the Chinese culture through the Spring Film Festival has come to an end with the final line-up of films, a Chinese painting workshop, and a festive dragon dance. Spring film festival which happened last January 25-29, 2017, presented six award-winning films that discusses Chinese cultures and tradition and timely issues. The…… Continue reading Dragon dance concluded the 11th Spring Film Festival
What comes into your mind when you hear the word “free?” Free foods? Free internet? A free spa or massage? How about free movie passes? Yes! Free film viewing no strings attached. All of that just because recently, EDSA Shangri-La hosted a five-day event where they offer free screening of six award-winning movies straight from…… Continue reading Award-winning films, Up for grabs at Spring Film Festival