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Topic: Beiqing Incident


In the News (Mon 27 May 19)

  
  Encyclopedia: Yasukuni Shrine
The Jinan Incident (Japanese:済南事件) or May 3rd Incident (Traditional Chinese: 五三慘案, Simplified Chinese: 五三惨案) was an armed conflict between the Japanese Army and the Kuomintangs southern army in Jinan, the capital of Shandong in 1928 during the KMTs Northern Expedition.
The Mukden Incident (September 18, 1931), also called Manchurian Incident, occurred in southern Manchuria when a section of railroad, owned by Japans South Manchuria Railway, near Mukden (奉天) (todays Shenyang) was blown up.
The Marco Polo Bridge Incident (盧溝橋事變; also known as 七七事變, 七七盧溝橋事變) was a battle between Japans Imperial Army and Chinas National Revolutionary Army, marking the beginning of the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945).
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Yasukuni-Shrine   (4630 words)

  
 Deaf cultures: Taiwan
Beiqing chengshi (City of sadness.) Film (1989) Taiwan, Drama.
The film revolves round the family whose lives are torn apart by the arrest of the youngest son who owns a photography studio.
I believe it caused an uproar as the massacre incident was never discussed in public - until the film was released...
www.theinterpretersfriend.com /indj/dcoew/taiwan.html   (701 words)

  
 Asia Society: New Chinese Art - Chronologies
A rally sponsored by the magazine at Kao-hsiung sparks the Formosa Incident, a confrontation with authorities in which a hundred police officers are injured.
The family of lawyer Lin Yi-hsiung, a defendant in the Formosa Incident, is attacked while at home; two of Liu's three daughters are murdered.
One of the overseas adjudicators suggests that the exhibition should be left as an empty space to protest the poor quality of the entries.
www.asiasociety.org /arts/insideout/chronologies.html   (13949 words)

  
 A City of Sadness
Clearly the events of this time require some rudimentary background knowledge, and fortunately a summary is given at the beginning of the English-language version of the film; the key event, a massacre known as the “February 28 Incident”, is referred to in the film only by a sudden invasion of the hospital by wounded victims.
Incidentally, the scenes when he and the girl (played by Xin Shufen) are clearly
However, those audiences were disappointed to discover that this massacre was neither portrayed nor even directly mentioned, only elliptically hinted at by the scene in the hospital, and the Taiwanese public continued to prefer Jackie Chan to Hou Hsiao-Hsien.
www.talkingpix.co.uk /ReviewsCityofSadness.html   (1582 words)

  
 The Thematic Development of Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s Films
The rebellion was quickly crushed by the Nationalist regime, whose forces killed as many as 20,000 Taiwanese natives and broke the Independence Movement.
The 2.28 Incident was expunged from official history, and became a kind of festering wound, poisoning
Hou's intimate epic focuses on an extended family, the Lins, in the years between the end of the war and the invasion by the Nationalist forces, and centres on the fallout of the 2.28 Incident.
individual.utoronto.ca /variations/2004060701.htm   (1452 words)

  
 Taiwan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The fiction genres which lent themselves most readily to these "messages" were domestic melodramas (aimed primarily at the female audience) and war movies (aimed primarily at the male audience).
He relates the aesthetic to both his own perception of time (the realization that information packed into one fixed frame can be read as evidence of past incidents and episodes not shown) and to strategies in traditional Chinese painting (the "empty" landscape) and theatre (the symbolic gesture standing for larger realities).
The Rubicon was finally crossed in Hou Hsiao-Hsien "A City of Sadness" (Beiqing Chengshi, 1989), which not only broke the silence surrounding the "February 28 Incident" - the KMT massacre of Taiwanese protestors in the streets of Taipei in 1947 - but also faithfully recreated the political debates between Taiwanese intellectuals of the mid-1940s.
www.asianfilms.org /taiwan/huigu/huigu4.html   (2985 words)

  
 Taiwan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In fact, the movement only gained widespread international recognition after the controversy surrounding Hou's 1989 film, City of Sadness (Beiqing chengshi).(21) Edward Yang and Hou Hsiao-Hsien were both born on the mainland and raised in Taiwan in the years after Retrocession.
Root-seeking films like Chen Kaige's King of the Children (1987) centered around city people marooned in the countryside, exploring what it meant to be "sent down" to the countryside during the Cultural Revolution either literally or, in the case of films like Yellow Earth, with the help of allegory.
However, this problem of periodization cannot be fully explored in the space allotted here, so I will consider quotation alongside the other marks of new wave auteurs as a trope connected to cinematic modernism.
www.asianfilms.org /taiwan/huigu/huigu7.html   (7441 words)

  
 Falun Dafa Clearwisdom.net
Gao Hui, whose pseudonym is Li Jun, and unlawfully sentenced him to ten years in jail because of his belief in Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance.
Gao Hui was framed by Zhen Youli, the security director in Beiqing Village, Liule Town.
Zhen Youli found a false witness from nearby Xiaoyuzhong to testify in court.
clearwisdom.net /emh/articles/2004/2/14/45089.html   (289 words)

  
 Zhongguancun 中关村: June 2005
Currently it has gone from bad to worse and may not continue to exist much longer.
With this type of incident in mind, one could say that Zhongguancun has almost no enterprises that engage in true company business.
New construction or rebuilding has been done on 40 roads in Zhongguancun and its immediate area: Third Ring Road, Fourth Ring Road, Fifth Ring Road, the city rail system, Zhongguancun Avenue, Xueyuan Road, and Beiqing Road are the main arteries in the traffic network structure.
chinasilicon.blogspot.com /2005_06_01_chinasilicon_archive.html   (5859 words)

  
 Chinese Film, studies by director
"Post-Socialist Stategies: An Analysis of Yellow Earth and Black Cannon Incident." In Linda Erlich and David Desser, eds., Cinematic Landscapes: Observations on the Visual Arts and Cinema of China and Japan.
"Beiqing chengshi (A City of Sadness)." Variety (20-26 September 1989): 30.
City of Sadness (Beiqing chengshi) (by Abe Mark Nornes and Yeh Yueh-yu) [excellent website with background, articles, filmography, synopses, etc.]
mclc.osu.edu /rc/filmbib3.htm   (7733 words)

  
 Donald Keene Center of Japanese Culture - "Countries & Cities in East Asian Film"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Director Kore-eda will participate in a special directors' panel discussion to be held immediately following the series' final film screening on April 10.
City of Sadness is set in a turbulent period of Taiwan's history, from the time of the Japanese surrender in 1945 to the "February 28th Incident" in 1947 that marked the beginnings of the island's 40-year stretch under martial law.
This tragic, serenely beautiful film looks at events strictly through the eyes of ordinary people including Wen-heung (Chen Songyong), who's trying to hold his family together; his gentle, deaf brother Wen-hing (Tony Leung); the third, most volatile brother, Wen-liang (Gao Jie); as well as the family patriarch, Ah-lu (Gao Jie).
www.columbia.edu /cu/ealac/dkc/calendar_2001_spring/east_asian_film.html   (1423 words)

  
 Chinese Film, Chinese Media, Print Culture 1
Abstract: What has become of the collective memory in the years between the Tian'anmen incident of 1989 and the PRC joining the WTO in 2001, a period that witnessed the proliferation of McDonalds restaurants and Internet bars in Chinese cities?
This paper explores the changing values through three works that take the World Wide Web as their subject, namely Love in the Internet Age, also known as Love in Cyberspace (Wanglu shidai de aiqing, 1999), Q3 (1999), and First Intimate Encounter, also known as Flyin' Dance (Diyici de qinmi jiechu, 2001).
Beiqing Taiyu pian (The tragedy of Taiwanese language film).
mclc.osu.edu /rc/filmbib.htm   (12111 words)

  
 Harvard Film Archive: Global Visions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The first involves the small-time gangster activities of the first and third brothers, who become entangled in a turf war with recently arrived smugglers from Shanghai.
The other follows the fourth brother, a deaf-mute photographer who falls in love with his friend's sister while they are caught up in the discontent of the Taiwanese during the brutal February 28 Incident.
Having won the Golden Lion at the 1989 Venice Film Festival, the film has since become regarded as a masterpiece of Taiwan's New Cinema.
www.harvardfilmarchive.org /calendars/03_fall/china.html   (1094 words)

  
 bibliography
[Collected Research Works on the February 28 Incident], (Taiwan: Qianwei, 1989).
The February 28 Incident: Collected Works by Concerned Scholars
The Sound of Tears in Dark Corners: Remembering the Victims of the February 28 Incident
cinemaspace.berkeley.edu /Papers/CityOfSadness/bib.html   (684 words)

  
 Films in the OSU Community
At the same time, we are also provided with a refreshingly unique and honest perspective into life and libido, economic and social change in her beloved Hong Kong throughout the decades.
Intended as the concluding film in the trilogy on the modern history of Taiwan began with Beiqing Chengshi (1989), this film reveals the story through three levels: a film within a film as well as the past and present as linked by a young woman, Liang Ching.
She is being persecuted by an anonymous man who calls her repeatedly but does not speak.
people.cohums.ohio-state.edu /denton2/courses/c879/filmcat.htm   (6615 words)

  
 China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Screening: BLACK CANNON INCIDENT (Heipao Shijian, dir: Huang Jianxin, PR China, 1985).
"Post-Socialist Strategies: An Analysis of YELLOW EARTH and BLACK CANNON INCIDENT," in Linda C. Ehrlich and David Desser (eds.), Cinematic Landscape: Observations on the Visual Arts and Cinema of China and Japan (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994), 81-116.
Ping-hui Liao, "Rewriting Taiwanese National History: The February 28 Incident as Spectacle." Public Culture 5:2 (1993), 281-296.
www.asianfilms.org /china/berry.html   (2434 words)

  
 News and Photos of Japan - Key Facts of Yasukuni Shrine
• The shrine is dedicated to about 2.5 million people who died for Japan in the conflicts accompanying the Meiji Restoration, the Satsuma Rebellion and similar domestic conflicts, the First Sino-Japanese War, the Russo-Japanese War, the First World War, the Manchurian Incident, the Second Sino-Japanese War and the Pacific War.
- Beiqing Incident (Invasion of China, 1901): 1,256
- Tsi-nan Incident (Invasion of China, 1928): 185
ikjeld.com /japannews/00000162.php   (937 words)

  
 CITY OF SADNESS/SOUNDTRACK HK IMPORT SACD - Elusive Disc
Mike Fremer's 157 In-Print LPs You Should Own!
City of Sadness (Beiqing Chengshi), the winner the Golden Lion Award at the 1989 Venice Film Festival, was made by Hou Hsiao-Hsien.
It is the first Taiwanese film to broach the subject of the most traumatic experience in the nation's history, the February 28 Incident.
www.elusivedisc.com /prodinfo.asp?number=BMGSA650   (164 words)

  
 Army photos of Japan in 1955   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
* Beiqing Insident (Invasion of China, 1901): 1,256
* Mukden Incident (Invasion of Manchuria, 1931): 17,176
* Lugou Bridge Incident (Invasion of China, 1937-1945): 191,243
www.sunsetweb.com /japan/j55-2/j1p-d-xx.htm   (1568 words)

  
 ChineseCinemaSchedule
Kristine Harris, "The New Woman Incident: Cinema, Scandal, and Spectacle in 1935 Shanghai"
Taiwan Cinema: Alienation, Displacement, and Search for Identity; The films of Hou Hsiao-hsien
[Clips from films by Hou Hsiao-hsien: City of Sadness (Beiqing chengshi, 1989); Dust in the Wind (Lianlian fengchen, 1986); Good Men, Good Women (Hao nan hao nü, 1995); The Puppet Master (Hsimeng jensheng, 1993); clips from Vive l'Amour (Aiqing wan sui, 1994, dir.
mason.gmu.edu /%7Ekzhang/ChineseCinemaSchedule.htm   (604 words)

  
 Chinese Cinema
Black Cannon Incident (Heipao shijian), Huang Jianxin, 1985
The Reincarnation of Golden Lotus (Pan Jinlian zhi qianshi jinsheng), Clara Law, 1989
City of Sadness (Beiqing chengshi), Hou Hsiao-hsien, 1989
chinesecinema.ucsd.edu /mustsee_films_ccwlc.html   (779 words)

  
 EMH2004-2-14
Jean-David Levitte gave a seminar in Dallas upon request from the "French-American Business Association" in Texas.
After the seminar, Falun Dafa practitioners who attended this meeting passed a letter to him, expressing concern over the Paris incident.
Practitioners also gave him a copy of the Falun Dafa Human Rights Report, and Compassion magazine.
clearwisdom.net /emh/articles/2004/2/14/zip.html   (13718 words)

  
 Beiqing chengshi (1989)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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