Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA has shown us that a love for hip-hop can span many cultures. The native New Yorker, who hails from Brooklyn, enjoyed kung fu movies as a kid and simply had an affinity for Chinese culture. In the newest chapter of Frank151, the collectible cult quarterly, Chapter 52: China is guest curated by powerhouse lifestyle brand CLOT and highlights China’s vast underground subcultures, with interviews by aforementioned RZA who opens up about his foray into film and meeting John Woo, working as Quentin Tarantino’s apprentice and traveling to Beijing, China, as well as, KAWS, Nigo, Bobby Hundreds, Matthew Williams, Michael Dupouy, SSUR, Vashtie Kola, and many more.