Hannah Lau

Hannah Lau

Hannah Lau was born and raised in Canada. Growing up with immigrant parents from Hong Kong gave her a rich perspective on both Eastern and Western cultures. She has spent her adult life in Asia, beginning in China serving through work in the marketplace.

With a colorful and hard-earned career in corporate advertising, she uses her experience to support organizations and small businesses through Astera Asia, which she founded. She’s also the author of Wherever You Go and a public speaker, passionate about people, and how Christ can be an active part of their adventure.

She can be found on Twitter @HannahLau.

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Leap

A Film Review

A biographical sports drama spanning decades, telling the inspiring story of China’s women's national volleyball team.

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Nian

A Film Review

“If we let our fears hold us back, we will miss out on all that is beyond what we can imagine.”

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The Climbers

A Film Review

The true story of Chinese mountaineers who successfully summited Mount Everest (twice)—the Chinese way.

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Bitter Money

A Film Review

An unflinching look at the lives of migrant workers in a factory city.

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Looking Up

A Film Review

A story of a father and son.

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My Dear Art

A Film Review

A look at Chinese contemporary art. 

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The Chinese Mayor

A Film Review

The story of a city and a man.

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People’s Republic of Desire

A Film Review

A look at the world of live streaming in China. 

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Still Tomorrow

A Film Review

The story of a woman, a poet, from rural Hubei province. 

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One Child Nation

A Film Review

A gut-wrenching film that needs to be viewed.