There's a common assumption about Chinese girls; Studious. Conservative. Polite. Well think again!\ Chinese Burn follows the escapades of three 'normal' Chinese girls: Elizabeth the failed Chinese daughter, Jackie the feisty struggling actress and Fufu the Buddhist princess, fresh off the plane – as they negotiate the trials of modern life in the capital. From sex to relationships, failing careers to just about paying rent, getting drunk to getting in fights – they're visitors from a scary superpower and they're taking over London.

Type: Scripted

Languages: None

Status: In Development

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: None

Chinese Burn - Curve (band) - Netflix

Curve were an English alternative rock and electronica duo from London, formed in 1990 and split in 2005. The band consisted of Toni Halliday (vocals, occasionally guitar) and Dean Garcia (bass, guitar, drums, programming). Halliday also wrote the lyrics of their songs and they both contributed to songwriting. An important collaborator was producer Alan Moulder, who helped them to shape their blend of heavy beats and densely layered guitar tracks set against Halliday's vocals. Curve released five studio albums (Doppelgänger in 1992, Cuckoo in 1993, Come Clean in 1998, Gift in 2001, and The New Adventures of Curve in 2002), five compilation albums (Pubic Fruit in 1992, Radio Sessions in 1993, Open Day at the Hate Fest in 2001, The Way of Curve in 2004, and Rare and Unreleased in 2010), and a string of EPs and singles.

Chinese Burn - Song usage and guest appearances - Netflix

Guest producers on Gary Numan's remix album Hybrid in 2003. Released a track for Frequency (a music-based puzzle game on PlayStation 2) called “Worst Mistake”. It's not available on CD. “Falling Free” remixed by Aphex Twin appeared on his 2003 compilation 26 Mixes For Cash. Remixed the single “Just Say Yes” for the Cure in 2001, which was released officially in 2004 on the boxset Join the Dots: B-Sides and Rarities, 1978–2001 (The Fiction Years). “Hell above the Water” has been used in trailers for the 2002 film Spider-Man, the 2008 film Iron Man. Also it featured in the 2004 film Mindhunters, an episode for the popular crime drama CSI (Episode 207, “Caged”), and the 2008 film Lakeview Terrace. It is also featured in the games, such as Gran Turismo 4 and MotorStorm. The Capcom game MotoGP 09/10 includes an instrumental version of “Want More Need Less”. The 1995 film The Doom Generation included the track “On The Wheel”. “Chinese Burn” is playing whilst Buffy and Faith are dancing in The Bronze during the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode Bad Girls.

Chinese Burn - References - Netflix