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Ying Zhu <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 21 Aug 2005 10:23:01 -0700
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Qu Chunjin & Ying Zhu (eds), "Television Drama:
Chinese and US Perspectives" (Shanghai: Shanlian
Press, 2005)  

For those of you who are interested in research on
Chinese teleivison drama and can access books written
in Chinese, the first academic book on Chinese TV
drama came out in China early this summer. The volume
"Television Drama: Chinese and US Perspectives" was
co-edited by Chunjin Qu (China) and Ying Zhu (US). 

With a foreword from Robert Allen and contributions
from leading television scholars in China, the US, and
Asustralia, this landmark volume witnesses a serious
attempt to spotlight the significance of television
drama as a narrative form, social discourse and
commerce in China within a framework of comparative
study that foregrounds the similarities and
differences between TV drama and the study of TV drama
in the PRC and the US. 

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