David Wang highlights the unique place that "Lust, Caution" author Eileen Chang holds in contemporary Chinese culture.
In addition to being a keen observer of human nature, Eileen Chang followed fashion religiously, and nothing said more than than a hemline.
Rick Moody on Ang Lee's genius at rendering place and time, be it the 19th century England or 70s New England.
Bari Zibrak looks at Mah-Jongg: from being a backdrop in Lust, Caution to community center in LA.
In the '40s, Shanghai was most cosmopolitan city around. Then things changed. Joel Bleifuss reports on what happened to Lust, Caution's Shanghai.
Ang Lee sums up his feelings about Eileen Chang's story, "Lust, Caution" in his Afterword.
Strangers stranded on a tram briefly connect in Eileen Chang's haunting story from Love In A Fallen City.
Notes from the production of the Focus Features film Lust, Caution.
In his introduction to Eileen Chang's story "Lust, Caution," James Schamus looks at the politics of performance.
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