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Posts Tagged ‘Shawn Yue’

Podcast on Fire 71: Puffin Ekin

Stoo and Ken rant, rave and hail the work of Edmond Pang Ho-cheung this week… again. Even before his latest movie Love In A Puff is out. While there is an Ekin Cheng question provideMikemetTsuiHarkwe are actually very honest his career then and now. Ranting, raving, hailing, bashing included. No deleted conversations this week but do join the fun on the forums. It’s very free and very painless to register.

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See “Rule #1” @ EIFF

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The yearly Edinburgh International Film Festival is due next month. They do usually show the occasion arty Mainland land flick or some obscure Korean movie. They’ve done the same this year again, but they have added the awesome edition of Kelvin Tongs supernatural crime flick “Rule #1”, starring Shawn Yue and Ekin Cheng.

Obviously if you visit this website and listen to our podcast you know damn fine that I’m possibly Scotlands leading Ekin Cheng fan. Rule #1 is a damn good movie, if I compiled a top ten for last year and Rule #1 would be in there!

The movie is being screened at The Cameo on 18 June 2009 @ 22:00. You can book tickets from HERE!

Now I just need to decide whether I wanna go…

Dragon Tiger Gate (2006)

Plot: Dragon Tiger Gate is a martial arts school founded by two kung fu masters; Wong Jianglong (Yuen Wah) and Wong Fuhu. They teached martial arts to the public to stop them from being bullied from triad gangs. Wong Fuhu (to whom you never see) has two sons, Dragon Wong & Tiger Wong, the eldest being Dragon. When they were young Dragon is taken away from ‘the Gate’ by his mother to lead a peaceful and respectful life. Read the rest of this entry »

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