NEW YORK (AP) - Plans are in the works to bring David Henry Hwang’s “Chinglish” to a movie screen.
“Chinglish” tells the story of a businessman from Ohio who goes to China to expand his business but struggles to be understood and falls in love with a Chinese woman.
Hwang, who won a Tony Award as writer of “M. Butterfly,” will write the “Chinglish” screenplay and is set to co-produce the film with Bobbi Thompson. Lin, who also has directed the film “Better Luck Tomorrow,” will direct and co-produce.
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