Transnational Chinese Cinemas: Identity, Nationhood, Gender

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List of Illustrations
1. Welcome Danger. USA. Harold Lloyd Corporation, 192938
2. Welcome Danger. USA. Harold Lloyd Corporation, 192940
3. Chunhua and Yuehong in Two Stage Sisters, directed by Xie Jin, 196567
4. Li Chun in Sacrificed Youth, directed by Zhang Nuanxin, 198591
5. The late director Zhang Nuanxin in 199493
6. Director Zhang Yimou106
7. Gong Li as Songlian in Raise the Red Lantern, directed by Zhang Yimou, 1991117
8. Sheldon Hsiao-peng Lu with actor Li Baotian in 1994124
9. Gong Li as Songlian in Raise the Red Lantem, directed by Zhang Yimou, 1991127
10. City of Sadness, directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien, 1989145
11. City of Sadness, directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien, 1989150
12. Taiwan actors just don't seem to "get it right" in portraying a scene from Stan Lai's The Peach Blossom Land, 1992172
13. A parody of Chinese antiquity, and the "alternative reality" of Taiwan from Stan Lai's The Peach Blossom Land, 1992, 173
14. Would-be actress Ah Ying's life in "real world" Hong Kong in Allen Fong's Ah Ying, 1984177
15. Zhang Songbai (Peter Wang) warns his drama class that to be actors, they may have to wait tables first in Allen Fong's Ah Ying, 1984180
16. Director Ang Lee191
17. The Wedding Banquet, directed by Ang Lee, 1993200
18. Eat Drink Man Woman, directed by Ang Lee, 1994208
19. The Killer, directed by John Woo, 1989224
20. Park Ranger Terry Carmichael (Samantha Mathis) in Broken Arrow, directed by John Woo, 1995232
21. John Travolta as Vic Deakins and Christian Slater as Riley Hale in Broken Arrow directed by John Woo, 1995233
22. Jackie Chan, star and director of Police Story, 1986244
23. Jackie Chan in Armor of God, 1987251
24. Leslie Cheung as Cheng Dieyi in Farewell My Concubine, directed by Chen Kaige, 1993269
25. Gong Li as Juxian in Farewell My Concubine, directed by Chen Kaige, 1993272

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