In this article, Euroculture Alumnus Wong Tsz explains how movies such as “Sacrifice” (金剛川) serve to build collective narratives in contemporary China.
German elections: Angela Merkel has won another term, the SPD has taken a hit, and the far-right has won seats in the Bundestag. Wong Tsz sheds light on how it all went down.
王 子 Wong Tsz The German Bundestagswahl (parliamentary election) ended on 22 September. The centre-right CDU/CSU (Christian Democratic Union/Christian Social Union), led by Angela Merkel, won with 41.5%; the main opposition party SPD (Social Democratic… More
王 子 Wong Tsz “A true story about fortune cookies: they look Chinese, they sound Chinese, but they’re actually an American invention, which is why they’re hollow, full of lies and leave a bad taste… More
In this article, I do not intend to frame music to its origin, or to generalise music composition into representation of a certain culture. Instead, what I wish to demonstrate is how I see Toru… More
Wong Tsz Every year I send Christmas cards to my family and friends around the world. It is a very important tradition for me: one which I wish to keep for the rest of my… More
In this article, I wish to demonstrate a comprehensive overview of how “Gangnam Style” reflects certain phenomena of Transculturalism. One thing I find most intriguing in music is precisely the ‘invisibility’ which gives immense space… More
First round of the Second Edition of The Euroculturer 19 December 2012 A Christmas card from Wong Tsz is unconditional: you just need to know that you were remembered and that you’ve got a friend in him.… More