Will Media and Creative Industries Have a Bleak Future in Hong Kong?
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October 8, 2021
Box office success in China of Korean war epic shows importance of patriotic themes and influence of Hong Kong filmmakers
Professor Emilie Yeh Yueh-yu says Hong Kong directors, being the best in Asia in her eyes, can help make the film genre more universal. “They lend humour and extra stylistic values to them,” she says.
April 7, 2021
Chinese TV series grow in popularity overseas but movies are another story
Professor Emilie Yeh Yueh-yu says Chinese TV programmes are catching up with Korean productions, citing as an example Story of Yanxi Palace, the most googled TV show in the world in 2018.
January 27, 2021
Zhang Ziyi, Tang Wei, Chang Chen all criticised for TV roles, but movie stars on China's small screens is a trend set to continue
These movie stars are taking part in TV productions to stay relevant while the global movie industry is in decline, says Professor Emilie Yeh Yueh-yu.
January 26, 2021
Inspiring a future in the creative industries
Lingnan’s new MA in Creative and Media Industries aims to recentre the human within creativity, explains Professor Wesley Jacks of the Department of Visual Studies.
A History of Film Exhibition and Reception in Colonial Hong Kong (1897 to 1925) 殖民時期香港電影放映與接收史料庫（1897-1925）
Screen Practices in Colonial Hong Kong: A History of Film Exhibition and Reception from 1897 to 1925 殖民地香港的映演實踐：電影放映與接收史（1897-1925)
Early Hong Kong Cinema in English-language Documents: 1897-1925 英文報紙中的早期香港電影：1897-1925