Hiding in plain sight
- Clandestine visit. // Quill;Mar95, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p8
Reports that `Joongang Daily News' Korean-American reporter Lee Chan-sam has returned from a clandestine visit to North Korea and begun a 10-part series on the life in the Communist nation.
- Made in Hong Kong. Elley, Derek // Variety Movie Reviews;11/10/1997, Issue 235, p1
The article reviews the film "Made in Hong Kong," directed by Fruit Chan, starring Sam Lee and Neiky Yim.
- Made In Hong Kong. Elley, Derek // Variety Movie Reviews;11/16/1997, Issue 238, p1
The article reviews the film "Made in Hong Kong," directed by Fruit Chan and starring Sam Lee and Neiky Yim.
- The Longest Summer. Elley, Derek // Variety Movie Reviews;3/22/1999, Issue 53, p1
The article reviews the motion picture "The Longest Summer," written and directed by Fruit Chan and starring Tony Ho and Sam Lee.
- Ping Pong (Film). Gilbey, Ryan // Sight & Sound;Sep2004, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p77
Reviews the motion picture "Ping Pong," directed by Fumihiko Sori and starring Sam Lee Chan-Sam and Yoshi Yoshi Arakawa.
- About Lee Jong-Heon. Jong-Heon's, Lee // East-Asia-Intel Reports;4/16/2014, p1
The article profiles Seoul, Korea-based journalist specializing in North Korean affairs, Dr. Lee Jong-Heon, who is a multilingual journalist and focuses on studies leading to a doctoral degree on the survivability of North Korea.
- PICK OF THE DAY. // Mail on Sunday;4/14/2013, p66
North Korea Undercover - Panorama
- BIO-COPS (Motion picture). Harvey, Dennis // Variety;4/1/2002, Vol. 386 Issue 7, p35
Reviews the motion picture 'Bio-Cops,' directed by Wai-Man Cheng and starring Stephen Fung, Sam Lee and Alice Chan.
- Bio-Cops. Harvey, Dennis // Variety Movie Reviews;3/28/2002, Issue 68, p1
The article reviews the film "Bio-Cops," directed by Wai-Man Cheng, starring Stephen Fung, Sam Lee and Alice Chan.