The first fully autonomous vehicles are due to come to London in July. The , developed by the GATEway group, will be located at Greenwich Peninsula, where they’ll service local residential areas and the O2 Arena. The system has been used at Heathrow Terminal 5 for the last five years, where they run on tracks. Each pod can carry six passengers, although one will be a steward who can send out an alert in case of emergency. Read more…
Chinese Kung fu star Donnie Yen left his hand and footprints in cement at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre Wednesday, making him the third Chinese martial artist to receive the honor.
The 53-year-old Hong Kong star attended by his wife Cissy Wang, family members, and guests, as well as President of Lucasfilm Kathleen Kennedy, Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios Alan Horn and Walt Disney Studios President Alan Bergman.Born in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, Yen came to Hong Kong — where he lives now — at the age of two and later moved to the United States, growing up in Boston’s Chinatown.
Yen was the third Chinese kung fu star to leave his hand and footprints at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre, following iconic Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan. The TCL Chinese Theatre has over 200 handprints, footprints and autographs since 1920.
Yen stars in the much-anticipated “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” which will show on Dec. 16. He plays a blind warrior monk who is part of a heroic squad of rebels that steals plans for the Death Star. The other heavyweight Chinese star in the film is actor-and-director Jiang Wen.
Travelling across California is always going to be about the Pacific Coast Highway. Our new adventure across the state will begin next week when we will take out our Defender on a cruise along the 147 miles of coastal road from Carmel to Morro Bay. So stay tuned for updates!