TV China by Ying Zhu, Christopher Berry

By Ying Zhu, Christopher Berry

If radio and movie have been the emblematic media of the Maoist period, tv has swiftly verified itself because the medium of the "marketized" China and within the diaspora. In below 20 years, tv has turn into the dominant medium around the chinese language cultural global. television China is the 1st anthology in English in this phenomenon. masking the People's Republic, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the chinese language diaspora, those 12 unique essays introduce and study the chinese language tv undefined, its programming, the rules shaping it, and its audiences. (2009)

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The influence of Japanese television drama is also revealed through a tide of “cultural confluence” (Otmazgin 2005: 499), the mixing of regional and local cultures. In Hong Kong, storylines from popular Japanese television dramas are adapted or modified (Tai Kung Pao 1998). News about Japanese television idols is prominently displayed in Hong Kong’s daily newspapers and entertainment weeklies. Japanese idols are offered roles in Hong Kong movies. In exchange, Hong Kong talents are invited to appear in Japanese dramas, as singer Faye Wong was by Fuji Television (Southern Metro Daily 2001).

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