Ka-Shue (Letters Home) / Foh Sarn (Fire Mountain)

In Ka-Shue (Letters Home) the different attitudes and concerns of Chinese-New Zealand women are vividly portrayed across two continents and three generations, including a look at the violence which took place in Beijing's Tiananmen Square in 1989.

Set in contemporary Auckland, Foh-Sarn focusses on the life of a young Korean university student and explores the uneasy relationship between the Asian community and New Zealand society through the eyes of a TV film crew eager to dig up dirt on Asian crime.