Recently I saw a documentary on Australian TV regarding the exponential increase of Chinese tourists within their own country. Of particular attention was a scene where disgruntled passengers in a plane attacked the flight stewards and air hostesses.
This editorial is inspired by Kahlil Gibran’s poem On Children. For me, Christmas is really about children. Without them around my Christmas tree and all the goodies piled under, the Christmas feeling is just not there. Yet even as I think of a great family Christmas this year, I am also reminded of the thousands of children all over the world who are refugees and victims of natural disasters and wars. Continue reading “To Have or Not to Have: The Chinese Way of Children”
One of the challenges that I did not anticipate as author and producer of Our Man in Beijng, was one of the female actors refusing to kiss the male lead. Continue reading “I Am Not Kissing Him!”