This research is a two-year study. It mainly continues the accumulated vision and framework of "cross-regional Chinese literature communication and magazines, supplements" and "the rise and communication of Taiwan and Hong Kong literary trends". With the theme of the realism and localization of the literary field of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, this research studies the changes in literary thoughts before and after the 1967 Hong Kong riots and the 12-3 incident in Macau. In the first year, when this study investigated the changes in literary communication in Macau and Hong Kong around the 1960s, the research period was extended to 1949, and classical literature was added to modern literature to reposition the Macau experience after the "12-3 incident "in the field of Chinese literature. In addition, in the second year, this research examines how Chan Wing Gin’s novella "Niang Dang Yin" used KMT agents and their wives as the core to construct Macau's civil society before and after the "12-3 incident ", with unique viewpoints. It is worthy of attention. Thus, through sorting out historical materials and researching works, this research hopes to give a clearer look to the characteristics of Macao's literature. In the first year, this study collected almost complete "Partner" magazines issued before and after the 1967 riots in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. In the second year, the contents of the magazines were scanned and cataloged. How the "Partner" magazine to build relationships with readers through a moderate middle line and various projects is the major topic. At the same time, this research also observes the works published in the magazine by the founder Li Yi and the shift of readers' book submissions, and found that when the riots occurred, they did more clearly guide young readers to care for the working class and clearly revealed leftist thinking. However, after the riots, the CCP faced the communist-terrorist atmosphere in Hong Kong, and after its communication policy was frustrated, the leftist publications in Hong Kong either faced suspension of publication due to lack of funds, or returned to the obscure and moderate political stance. These are the main findings of the second issue of this research.
|Effective start/end date
|2018/08/01 → 2020/12/31
- Literature communication
- Hong Kong and Macao literature
- 1967 Hong Kong riots
- 12-3 incident
- Literary trends
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