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Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve of the new millenium) (review)

Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve... Reviews 569 Yin Hong. Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve of the new millennium). Beijing: Beijing Publishing House, 1998. 327 pp. Paperback RMB 14.00, ISBN 7­ 200­03421­5. Although much has been written about Chinese film in the last decade, there is a noticeable absence of any systematic analysis of new developments since the late 1980s. Even more regrettable is the fact that virtually no serious study has been done on the proliferation of television programs in China over the last ten years. On both accounts, Yin Hong has made a major contribution with his most recent book, Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve of the new millennium). The book is divided into three parts, totaling twenty-one chapters, not counting an introduction, epilogue, bibliography, and filmography. While part 1 deals with film, part 2 focuses on television. The final section consists of three chapters, with two on film and one on television. Taken as a whole, the strength of the book lies in its discussion of films, although the author also offers many insights in his discussion of television http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve of the new millenium) (review)

China Review International , Volume 6 (2) – Sep 1, 1999

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Reviews 569 Yin Hong. Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve of the new millennium). Beijing: Beijing Publishing House, 1998. 327 pp. Paperback RMB 14.00, ISBN 7­ 200­03421­5. Although much has been written about Chinese film in the last decade, there is a noticeable absence of any systematic analysis of new developments since the late 1980s. Even more regrettable is the fact that virtually no serious study has been done on the proliferation of television programs in China over the last ten years. On both accounts, Yin Hong has made a major contribution with his most recent book, Shiji zhuanzhe shiqi de Zhongguo yingshi wenhua (Film and television culture in China on the eve of the new millennium). The book is divided into three parts, totaling twenty-one chapters, not counting an introduction, epilogue, bibliography, and filmography. While part 1 deals with film, part 2 focuses on television. The final section consists of three chapters, with two on film and one on television. Taken as a whole, the strength of the book lies in its discussion of films, although the author also offers many insights in his discussion of television

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China Review InternationalUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Sep 1, 1999

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