From seat 68A
On the plane ride back from Bangkok last night, I picked up the in-flight version of the Wall Street Journal. I found a couple of articles that were interesting enough, I thought I’d share them with you!
US & Hanoi in Nuclear Talks. Title kind of says it all.
If you are a WSJ subscriber, you can read THIS article about Rakuten, a unique company in Japan pushing employees to speak English in the workplace. For those of you who are not WSJ subscribers, I found THIS article on The Mainichi Daily News.
I hope my life never becomes as surreal as Naomi Campbell’s. I’ve NEVER been at a party where afterward I receive a bag of strange looking stones. I have NO concept of what that world might be like and I NEVER want to live there.
Of all the articles I read, I have to say that THIS ARTICLE about the movies released this year was my favorite. Maybe I’m missing my days at the AFI. I was so current with movie industry news then! Do you think this year is the worst year in movies ever? While I don’t often go to the movies in Vietnam, I do buy DVDs. Yet, I don’t load up every wekend and I haven’t gone to the shop anxious to buy anything except the TV Series GLEE. That makes me wonder about the quality of movies released not just in 2010, but in the last few years. In fact, the last movie I saw in the theater was District 9!!! Wow! What does that say?
What’s your favorite movie released in 2010?