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W2 selected lecture notes (2) - I.YingjinZhang:

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I. Yingjin Zhang: # p.1 A quick description of Chinese cinema # p.1 Definitions:  Chinese Cinema; (Yingjin Zhang) Chinese National Cinema; (Yingjin Zhang) Chinese-language film; (Sheldon Lu) Sinophone film (Sheldon Lu) # p.1 locations of film screenings: production and reception # p.2 the contradiction and cooperation between Peking Opera and new Cinema  (commercial concerns: prices of tickets) objective observations exhibitions ethnic culture as spectacles spectacles and speculations # contents of early Chinese cinema: trend setters p.2 documentaries;  family dramas; “butterfly literature"--a type of popular urban fiction (Perry Link,  Peking Ducks and  Butterflies ) P.3 Chinese folk tales, myths, and legends # p.4 the nature of 1920s Chinese cinema _________________________________________________________ II. Interview #pp.2-3 the tough cooperation between mainland China and Taiwan # p.3 beating 
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course CHINESE 262 taught by Professor Weiling during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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W2 selected lecture notes (2) - I.YingjinZhang:

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