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14 July 2017

You're Wearing That? | Wearable Technology | Tech in Biz

You're wearing that? Uuhh ... yeah! Why not? What are you? Fashion police??

Where I can see this kind of research and development going or CAN GO, is how great it would be if you had a physical handicap and these devices helped you make up for that deficit.  That may not be the direction they're going, but can't you envision that?


 

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Asian Cinema : Movie Review : The King of Masks (1999)

The theatrical masks of Chinese opera were promoted by emperors and high court officials. As a result, they became a traditional art form and along with this tradition, came other traditions. 



Many films are gems that get lost or buried. Even award-winning films like The King of Masks. It's a foreign movie: Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles.

Time period is the 1930s. A master of an ancient Chinese art is growing old. He must pass on his skills to an heir. A male heir.
It's tradition!

Unfortunately, he's childless. In a desperate effort to honor the custom and maintain the trade and the tradition, he buys a young child. In China, poor children are often sold via a black market. He and the child develop a close relationship, however, a “complication” also develops.


"The King of Masks

is a wonderful and touching story.