January 3rd, 2013



Happy New Year, everyone! The YAM Magazine team bears gifts to welcome this 2013!


That’s right! Those are THREE (3) copies of SingerSen’s first feature length album, The World in my Eyes (森视界), to give away to our kick-ass YAM Magazine readers and SingerSen (and Guy Sigsworth) music lovers.

But that’s not all~ each one of these copies is signed by SingerSen herself!

To be able to be one of our lucky THREE winners you only have to tell us how you discovered SingerSen’s music and what’s your favorite song of hers! We will contact three of you by email, so make sure you use a legit email address in the form below.

The contest ends on January 28th 00.00 hrs EST (Eastern Standard Time).

via YAM Magazine.

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Hong Kong singer Kenny Kwan turning 32 on December 30th

Chinese actress Gong Li turning 47 on December 31st

Taiwanese singer and actor Jerry Yan turning 36 on January 1st

If there are any birthdays not mentioned here between December 30th and January 5th, please let us know in the comments.

Low-cost Chinese comedy sets new box-office record

BEIJING (AP) — A low-budget, domestically produced comedy has unexpectedly become the highest-grossin Chinese film o date.

Chinese state media ay the wacky road movie "Lost i Thailand" has grossed more than 1 billion yuan ($160 million) since its Dec. 12 debut. The officia Xinhua News Agency, citing an independent monitor of box office figures, said Wednesday that it also bea James Cameron's "Titanic" in 3-D, the most popula foreign film n 2012, in Chinese theaters.

Set in Thailand, the film tells the story of two businessmen who go searching for their boss in the north, and then link up with a tourist eager to explore the country. It is filled with slapstick humor and action scenes.

The previous record for a domestic film was 726 million yuan set by "Painted Skin 2."