One Imperative is a thematic Art/Lit zine curated by Jeremy Fernando, to which I’m a regular contributor. The past issue, Issue 9′s theme is Literary (re)view, it’s here: http://www.oneimperative.com/2013/01/09-reviews/.  However, I was worried that people didn’t pay attention at all, and still more important, something I read today on Facebook made me feel necessary to repost. […]

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长相思 (清)纳兰性德 山一程, 水一程, 身向榆关那畔行, 夜深千帐灯。 风一更, 雪一更, 聒碎乡心梦不成, 故园无此声。 The point is, well, some time back I was assigned by a Dutch TV production company to translate/localise a children’s television series for the Chinese market. A job’s a job, as  usual I started immediately. A few days later, my client telephoned me, and he complained a little […]

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One Imperative is a thematic Art/Lit zine curated by Jeremy Fernando, to which I’m a regular contributor. The new Issue 9’s theme is Literary (re)view http://www.oneimperative.com/2013/01/09-reviews/. Find my piece on p.7, but it’s so pretty, I honestly think you should read everything! And go back to earlier issues to find more me and others: http://www.oneimperative.com/ Jeremy Fernando […]

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In 1972, during the Cultural Revolution, the Italian director/filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni was invited by the People’s Republic of China to make a documentary about New China. The result was a three-and-a-half-hour long film, divided into three parts. Mao disliked it so much that Michelangelo Antonioni was consequently charged with being anti-Chinese as well as counterrevolutionary. […]

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