The Return of William So

For many years, he has been working as an entertainer, William So, learned that the determination of enduring forward with creativity and innovation are the utmost important key; meantime being mindful... Read more »

A global TV

Viki is a global TV site, where millions of people watch their favorite shows, movies, music videos and more — translated into 150+ languages by a community of avid... Read more »

Rising Star: Vivian Fang Liu

By Jason Lee Asian Fusion Magazine was invited to the Kitano Hotel for jazz night…and there we met the amazingly talented and gifted artist Vivian Fang Liu and her... Read more »

Taiwan Indie Bands Invade the East Village

A little background on what brought me to the Dominion Theater on a dark, cold, and rainy evening. The College Music Journal (CMJ) has celebrated decades of popularity by always... Read more »

Vision for the Future

By Loren Chaffee Before this interview, I would not have been able to find Wayne, New Jersey on a map. After this interview, I will be brushing up on... Read more »

PaperDoll–The New York-based Band

The New York-based band PaperDoll brought a little piece of NYC to China in October of 2011 on their NY2CN: You Can’t Stop It!!! tour. I had the privilege of sitting down with... Read more »

Meet Cellist–Nan-Cheng Chen

“Be a cellist,” said Nan-Cheng Chen, when asked about his dream. His voice was calm but also revealed his passion and determination towards music. On his recent concert tour... Read more »

Throw Your Cigarettes in the Air

By Stephanie Sakellarides One of many breakthrough artists at Stadium Red is the infamous “The Chainsmokers”. With their downtown hipster style and feel good attitude, The Chainsmokers go against... Read more »

DJ Steve Aoki’s Ambiguous Love Affair with Mainstream and Indie Appeal

By Joel Lynos Steve Aoki, a well-known, L.A.-based celebrity DJ, has managed to make his appeal global. Whenever he’s not dropping the hottest beats in Hollywood, he can be... Read more »