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“Crazy Rich Asians” author Kevin Kwan’s new novel, “Sex and Vanity,” was picked up by Sony Pictures and SK Global Entertainment as a potential movie earlier in July.
“Sex and Vanity” follows the story of Lucie Tang Churchill, a half-Asian and half-English American heiress who finds herself in a romantic predicament between her WASP fiancé and her former fling, George Zao, according to Harper’s Bazaar.
Greta Lee, the mastermind behind developing HBO dark comedy “KTown” based on the fictional kingpins of Los Angeles’ Koreatown, just might be spearheading the first premium cable show to feature Asian Americans.
Speaking at Vulture Festival on Saturday, Wu suggested that the film’s progress depends on director Jon M. Chu’s schedule.
During “Crazy Rich Asians” we witnessed Rachel Chu nearly drink out of a finger bowl after mistaking it for a bowl of clear soup.
Although food is a universal language, dining etiquette isn’t always the case. It’s something we’re taught at a young age and it might not translate perfectly when we travel to new places with different cultures.
A video purportedly showing where the actual “Crazy Rich Asians” hang out in Singapore has earned some negative responses from netizens.
Presented by lifestyle magazine editor Esther Quek for the South China Morning Post, the video clip has been mostly met with derision from locals since it was uploaded on Tuesday.