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The Double Screen: Medium and Representation in Chinese Painting (review)

The Double Screen: Medium and Representation in Chinese Painting (review) Reviews 271 nized. This first publication, in which homosexuals speak out about themselves, should be understood as part of a process that is developing as well in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The same publisher, Zhou Huashan, has brought out other books on homosexuals in Hong Kong1, and in Taiwan a new magazine, Re'ai zazhi ("G 'n' L" = Gays and Lesbians) began publication in summer 1996. The fact that the first "National" Meeting of Chinese homosexuals was held in Hong Kong in December 1996 is further evidence that an all-encompassing solidarity is beginning to form among Chinese homosexuals in the PRC, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Natascha Vittinghoff Heidelberg University Natascha Vittinghoffis a Ph.D. candidate at Heidelberg University involved in a research project on studies in the Chinese public sphere. NOTES1. Zhou Huashan, et al., Xianggang tongzhi zhanchulai (Hong Kong's homosexuals have stood up), Xianggang: Xianggang tongzhi yanjiushe, 1995; Zhou Huashan, Tongzhi lun (On homosexuals), ibd., 1995; Zhou Huashan, Xianggang tongzhi gushi (Stories of Hong Kong's homosexuals), ibd., 1996. Wu Hung. The Double Screen: Medium and Representation in Chinese Painting. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. 296 pp. Paperback $24.95, 1SBN 0-226-36074-1. Wu Hung is indeed a high-flying wizard http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

The Double Screen: Medium and Representation in Chinese Painting (review)

China Review International , Volume 5 (1) – Mar 30, 1998

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Reviews 271 nized. This first publication, in which homosexuals speak out about themselves, should be understood as part of a process that is developing as well in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The same publisher, Zhou Huashan, has brought out other books on homosexuals in Hong Kong1, and in Taiwan a new magazine, Re'ai zazhi ("G 'n' L" = Gays and Lesbians) began publication in summer 1996. The fact that the first "National" Meeting of Chinese homosexuals was held in Hong Kong in December 1996 is further evidence that an all-encompassing solidarity is beginning to form among Chinese homosexuals in the PRC, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Natascha Vittinghoff Heidelberg University Natascha Vittinghoffis a Ph.D. candidate at Heidelberg University involved in a research project on studies in the Chinese public sphere. NOTES1. Zhou Huashan, et al., Xianggang tongzhi zhanchulai (Hong Kong's homosexuals have stood up), Xianggang: Xianggang tongzhi yanjiushe, 1995; Zhou Huashan, Tongzhi lun (On homosexuals), ibd., 1995; Zhou Huashan, Xianggang tongzhi gushi (Stories of Hong Kong's homosexuals), ibd., 1996. Wu Hung. The Double Screen: Medium and Representation in Chinese Painting. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996. 296 pp. Paperback $24.95, 1SBN 0-226-36074-1. Wu Hung is indeed a high-flying wizard

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Published: Mar 30, 1998

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