Angela Lu Fulton

Angela is a senior reporter for WORLD Magazine and a part-time editor for WORLD Digital. She is a graduate of the World Journalism Institute and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Angela resides in Taipei, Taiwan. Follow her on Twitter @angela818.



A maturing monarch in The Crown

Television | The third season of Netflix’s drama depicts the royal family seeking its place and finding God
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/10/20, 02:37 pm

The third season of Netflix’s The Crown attempts the impossible: changing the entire cast viewers had grown to love from the first two seasons. At first it’s jolting to see Queen Elizabeth as depicted by Claire Foy transform into the more mature and dour Olivia Colman in a year of the show’s time. 

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Photo by Max Underhill

A reputation for excellence

Hope Awards | Refugee parents seek out a school in Malaysia that teaches refugee children from 20 countries
by Angela Lu Fulton
Posted 9/10/20, 11:04 am

The playground of St. Barnabas Church in Klang, Malaysia, rings with children’s shrieks and laughter. Children clad in the navy-and-white uniforms that signify ElShaddai Refugee Learning Centre arrive in shuttles to join their friends. Girls in white hijabs chat while sitting on seesaws. Groups of boys stand in circles playing a game pushing each other off-balance. Another group of girls plays jump-rope with a makeshift rope made of rubber bands as a crowd of younger students watches. 

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Studio Ghibli

The whimsical world of Studio Ghibli

Movie | A Japanese animation studio tells beautifully realized coming-of-age stories
by Angela Lu Fulton & Harvest Prude
Posted 8/27/20, 04:16 pm

For many Americans, classic Disney films defined their childhoods. Yet in Asia, a different animation studio captured the imagination of a generation: Japan’s Studio Ghibli. Founded in 1985 by directors Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata and producer Toshio Suzuki, Studio Ghibli has produced 20 animated films full of the fantastical and whimsical, the realistic and the thought-provoking.

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