From garlic as credito to post-net non-cash flow; from fish sexing upstream to being smeared in viral fluid; from drive by dining to location ID: HOME; Cheang comes out to unashamedly acknowledge the three major strands of her work. From homesteading the cyberspace in the 90s to her current retreat in the BioNet; from coin locker babies to seeds underground; from eco-cybernoia to liquidised futures, Cheang signs off on the tech race. Call her 'badass' 'cyberpunk cultist'; shut her down for 'sexual stimulation'; walk out on her for being 'sexually explicit', but do dine with her to watch the money grow and the seeds sprout. She drafts sci-fi narratives in her film scenarios and net, installation and social artwork.
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Living Well Q&A from CNN health
Jennifer Shu is a pediatrician in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also a mom and practices part time at Children's Medical Group. She's passionate about working with families to help them build healthy habits. She says continuing good habits is much easier than breaking bad habits.
Cyphersex pioneer: Shu Lea Cheang
If Hong Kong cinema is to stay afloat in a fiercely competitive market, Hong Kong films should maintain the distinctive flavors and character that the city is known for, says the seasoned film and television director Chung Shu-kai. That, says the Hong Kong born director, has been the secret behind 30 successful years that have made his films big hits here and on the mainland. Chung's latest film Golden Brothers opened at local cinemas yesterday. The story is about the struggles of a wimpy office worker, who is dumped by his girlfriend of three years and then transforms himself into a London gold agent.
Orange Is the New Black season four was dark, funny, darkly funny and heartbreaking all at the same time. There were threesomes on Molly, death, swastikas, returns, departures and crack. Basically no shortage of gasp-inducing moments in one of the show's most engrossing seasons yet. Ready to talk about it?