Tony Leung on Hong Kong’s Last Decade of Film – Joel Martinsen

Danwei carries an article — “These Ten Years” — written by Tony Leung Ka-fai (Ê¢ÅÂÆ∂˺ù) via Soho xiaobao, looking at the in over the past ten years.

…In July everyone was discussing the tenth anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to the motherland. I will gladly stand up and, from my position within the film industry, share with you all my own experiences. For me, twenty-five years have passed in the blink of an eye since I returned to China to shoot movies. For the past quarter-century, the Chinese film industry has travelled at leaps and bounds; its speed so fast and its power so ferocious that it has indeed exceeded anyone’s imagination….[Full Text]

– Original Chinese source here via Soho Xiaobao

[Image: Tony Leung Kai-fa from Google Image]

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