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《一分為二:現代中國政治思想的哲學考掘學》【新書線上講座】

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One Divides into Two: Philosophical Archeology of Modern Chinese Political Thought

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Malaysian Film Festival in Taiwan Lecture Series (3) - Screening and Director’s Talk on I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone : Tsai Ming Liang

2019-04-26

Malaysian Film Festival in Taiwan Lecture Series (3)
Screening and Director’s Talk on I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone : Tsai Ming Liang

Time:26th Apr (Fri), 6pm-9:30pm
Venue:Film Studies Center Theater, 3rd Floor, HA Building 2, National Chiao Tung University
Moderator:Lim Kien Ket
*Lecture in Chinese (English Simultaneous Interpretation provided)
 
 I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone
Tsai Ming Liang / 2007/ DCP/ 115 mins/ Malay,Mandarin,Bengali/ English Subtitles
 
Homeless on the streets of Kuala Lumpur, Hsiao Kang is robbed, beaten and left for dead; he is found and nursed by Rawang, an immigrant worker, who lives in an unfinished, abandoned building. Rawang's feelings for his patient may or may not be sexual, but there's lust in the eyes of Chyi, a coffee shop waitress, when they light upon the recovering Hsiao Kang. And so a triangle forms as a blanket of noxious fog settles on the city and everyone has trouble breathing.
 
Director’s Bio:
Tsai Ming Liang was born in Kuching, Sarawak in 1957, graduated from the Drama and Cinema Department of the Chinese Culture University of Taiwan. Before delving into filmmaking, he was involved in writing theatre plays and television dramas. Most of his feature films such as Rebels of the Neon God (1992), Vive L'Amour (1994), The River (1997), The Hole (1998), What Time Is It There? (2001), The Wayward Cloud (2005), I Don't Want to Sleep Alone (2006), Face (2009) were invited to participate in important international film festivals, thus made Tsai internationally renowned. Stray Dogs (2013) won the Grand Jury Prize at Venice Film Festival and the 50th Golden Horse Awards. In 2017, he completed the first Virtual Reality (VR) film, The Deserted, which premiered at the 74th Venice Film Festival. Collaborated with Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, Tsai’s latest film Your Face is a feature film with only 14 shots.。


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Migration, Logistics and Unequal Citizens in Contemporary Global Context

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