Wang Jianwei hosts first solo show at Guggenheim

By Stephanie Cheng The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum presents the first of three commissions by the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative with “Wang Jiangwei: Time Temple.” The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative is a part of the Guggenheim Art Initiative, which explores the works of artists from…

WSN at the NYFF, Entry #1: “A Touch of Sin”

By Kathy Dimaya WSN’s coverage of the New York Film Festival continues this year with reviews of some of the festival’s hottest films. This is the first entry in a series of reviews. To read more coverage of the festival’s 51st edition, click here. Violent, graphic, and deeply disturbing, “A Touch of Sin” is a…

“Somewhere Between” a moving, honest documentary that explores the lives of four adopted Chinese girls

by Catherine Tan via hollywoodreporter.com “Somewhere Between” is a wonderfully unassuming title for such an honest, well-crafted, and surprisingly complex documentary that surpasses all expectations. But even though the film is dedicated to Ruby, the ten-month-old adopted daughter of director Linda Goldstein Knowlton, the film is not about her. Rather, it’s about Fang, Haley, Jenna…