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Screen Power & Jade Screen out this October!

The Happy Chaps over at Screen Power and Jade Screen have announced their line up a magazine this October. Jade Screen interview with Lau Ching-Wan and The Life & Times of Wong Fei-hung! The Jackie Chan Magazine Screen Power are covering The Lucky Stars, Jackie Chan going green with his charity work and discussing the Golden Years of Dragons Forever. Order your copies here!

Hong Kong Store is dead! Asia On Film is born!

Hey! The good people over at Hong Kong Store have reincarnated with “Asia On Film”! The company will be familiar to some as they are the people who also run Jade Screen and Screen Power magazines! They cover all your bases by supplying DVDs, Blu-Ray, Magazines, CDs and Books! Here is a brief message summing things up;

We would like to inform you that as from April 17th 2010 the Hong Kong Store will be closing down. We have been most busy the past month relaunching a bigger and better store for everyone and it officially launches today at: www.asiaonfilm.com Please visit the store and sign up for a FREE customer account as all customer details registered for you at the old Hong Kong Store will be deleted shortly. We do hope you like the new store and we look forward to serving your Asian film needs soon!

Enjoy!!

Jade Screen/Screen Power Magazine; Jan 2010 & More

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Jade Screen/Screen Power have supplied us with details of their line up for this January;

JADE SCREEN: The Ultimate Asian Film Magazine (VOL. 6, ISSUE 4)

Released December 21st, 2009

Robin Shou: Exclusive Jade Interview, 14 Blades: Exclusive Preview,  Shing Fui-on: A Tribute, Little Big Soldier: Jackie Chan’s Latest, Mike Kelly Talks The Kung Fu Kid, Raging Phoenix: Examined

PLUS: Mark Strange & Chee Keong Cheung: The Bodyguard Interview, Dragon Tiger Days Column, DVD Reviews, Industry News, Asian Cult Column, Anime, Manga and much more…

SCREEN POWER: The Jackie Chan Magazine (VOL. 9, ISSUE 6)

Released December 23rd, 2009

Police Story: The Golden Years, The Drunken Master Films, Allen Keng: Former JC Stuntman Speaks Out and Early Chan U.S. TV Appearances Examined!

PLUS: JC Character Profile, The Chan Files, JC Evolution, Competition, Letters, Merchandise and much more…

You can order your copy of the magazine here; http://www.screen-power.com/

JADE SCREEN: The Ultimate Asian Film Magazine (VOL. 6, ISSUE 4)

Released December 21st, 2009

* Robin Shou: Exclusive Jade Interview…

* 14 Blades: Exclusive Preview…

* Shing Fui-on: A Tribute…

* Little Big Soldier: Jackie Chan’s Latest…

* Mike Kelly Talks The Kung Fu Kid…

* Raging Phoenix: Examined…

PLUS: Mark Strange & Chee Keong Cheung: The Bodyguard Interview, Dragon Tiger Days Column, DVD Reviews, Industry News, Asian Cult Column, Anime, Manga and much more…

SCREEN POWER: The Jackie Chan Magazine (VOL. 9, ISSUE 6)

Released December 23rd, 2009

* Police Story: The Golden Years…

* The Drunken Master Films…

* Allen Keng: Former JC Stuntman Speaks Out…

* Early Chan U.S. TV Appearances Examined…

PLUS: JC Character Profile, The Chan Files, JC Evolution, Competition, Letters, Merchandise and much more…

More Free Jackie Chan books!

BUNTE PERSONALITY CHAN

Yes again Screen Power have opened up their vaults once again and they are now sending out free copies of “More 100% Jackie Chan Vol. 2” (as long as you pay the P&P).

Volume 2 of this best-selling official companion series contains more exclusive interviews with Chan and many of his co-stars and colleagues, scores of rare and previously unseen photos, behind-the-scenes reports, and articles looking at the best of his films, from early in his career right up to date with Shanghai Knights and his new blockbuster, Around the World in 80 Days!

Order your copy here! Tell them Podcast on Fire sent you and we’re awesome

FREE Jackie Chan Book! from Screen Power

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THAT’S A LOTTA FISH!

Erm, yes, Jackie Chans happy and so should you be. Screen Power are giving away a Free Jackie Chan book! All you need to do is pay the postage fees via PayPal. Details;

The first ever book published by the Official UK Jackie Chan Fan Club back in 2002. The book is a must for any fan of Jackie Chan and Hong Kong cinema. The book is packed with news, reviews, articles and photos from all the worldwide activites that movie legend Jackie Chan had undertaken previously over that last 18 months.

Paperback: 104 pages · Publisher: Screen Power Publishing Group (28 Dec 2002) · Language English · ISBN-10: 0954428102 · ISBN-13: 978-0954428105

If you would like a copy (first come; first served) then drop them an email stating what country you live in to: njmedia@screen-power.com

Enter the Fat Dragon; The Life & Films Of Sammo Hung

Richard Cooper over at Jade Screen magazine has written a 150 page book on Hong Kong Legend – Sammo Hung, entitled; Enter the Fat Dragon. Here’s his press release along with cover art;

In a career which has evolved over nearly five decades, Sammo Hung has risen from his humble beginnings as a stunt-player and extra at the famous Golden Harvest Studios to become the most influential and prolific innovator the Hong Kong Film Industry has ever known, constantly discovering new stars and creating new trends in Action Cinema.

Sammo’s groundbreaking career, as actor, director, writer and producer has given birth to some of the most creative daring and exiting action-adventures ever made. His creative genius can be felt in over 160 motion pictures, and for many fans and industry critics, his intricate hi-impact action choreography and fluid hi-energy camerawork is without equal.

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