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2019 OzAsia Festival


OzAsia Festival's success continues to grow

The 2019 OzAsia Festival has been hailed by artistic director Joseph Mitchell as the most successful yet, with around 200,000 attendances and nine shows selling out

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A gift of song in the gallery

Taiwanese-American artist Lee Mingwei’s Sonic Blossom live installation at the Art Gallery of South Australia asks you to open your heart and mind to song.


Film review: Wild Goose Lake

Acclaimed actor and singer the dashing Hu Ge — China’s Hugh Jackman? — gets down and grungy as renegade motorbike thief Zhou Zenong in the dark crime thriller Wild Goose Lake.


Film review: Honeyland

The intriguing and beautifully filmed documentary Honeyland tells the story of one of the world’s last wild bee hunters – and it’s clear why it was the most awarded film at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, writes Jo Vabolis.


High-stakes experience puts you in the banker's seat

The theatre company that brought the much-talked-about one-on-one show The Smile Off Your Face to Adelaide Fringe and Festival will return with a new high-stakes, roller-coaster experience announced as one of six early-release OzAsia highlights.