APA writer Kalai Chik visits NYCC 2017 and sees how the big East Coast con sizes up to West Coast’s SDCC 2017.
The co-ed group finishes the second leg of their U.S. tour in San Francisco with a bang.
Warcross isn’t just any game especially for broke and nearly homeless Emika Chen; it’s her livelihood, escape, and even means of income that is until one fateful day she gets pushed into the limelight of her dreams, but instead of being a player, she becomes a pawn in a game where the stakes are dangerously high.
Despite technical difficulties and a minor injury, Taeyang proved himself to be a true veteran performer as he put on a captivating concert and finished the show off with an explosion of energy at City National Civic.
From giveaways, drama, high touches, dance workshops, and a never-ending slew of free beauty products, KCON returned to Los Angeles with the ferocity of tens of thousands of K-pop fans.
Game of Thrones fans will delight in this Mulan inspired story that’s set in feudal Japan about a girl seeking revenge on those who want to kill her.
Asia Pacific Arts’ coverage of NYAFF 2017 includes reviews of Soul Mate, Close-Knit, Fantasy of the Girls, and Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned.
With numerous aliases, one girl seeks to take down the Nazi regime, but being a spy isn’t easy when you don’t know who to trust in this thrilling espionage novel.
The live adaptation of the hit dark fantasy manga Tokyo Ghoul made its world premiere at Anime Expo 2017 much to the delight of attendees.
Ham Tran returns with a boisterous romantic comedy featuring the crazy antics of a couple in a forbidden office romance in “She’s the Boss.”