The look of the film reminds us of Chungking
Express, an earlier film of Wong Kar Wai photographed by Christopher Doyle using neon lights in the scenes.
Express (12A): Tue 6pm Dunkirk (12A): Sun 3.
During 1938, the Japanese took Hankow and then Canton, forcing Chiang Kaishek to move his government far inland to Chungking
Con alguna similitud cabe encontrar en Hong Kong las Mansiones Chungking
, lugar donde el flujo transnacional de personas y mercancias tiene dinamicas expresiones.
There were eight of them, and Whittlesey made nine, flying from Chungking
to Yenan on July 22, 1944, to find out whether reports and rumors about the Chinese Communists were true.
2007) An Emerging African-Chinese Community in Hong Kong: The Case of Tsim Sha Tsui's Chungking
Mansions, In Kwesi Kwaa Prah (ed).
If you are game for more shopping adventure, try stepping into the bursting Chungking
Mansions where everything under the sun is sold.
A decade after her relatively not-so-successful debut novel, Destination Chungking
, China-born Eurasian physician-author Han Suyin suddenly gained worldwide readership due to her sentimental semi-autobiographical novel A Many-Splendoured Thing.
On a small collection of Orthoptera from the Chungking
As a 19-year-old King was despatched alone to Chungking
(Chongqing), General Chiang Kai-shek's provisional capital, sailing initially on a ship taking a circuitous route through the Indian Ocean to avoid possible attacks by Japanese aircraft.
4) They worked in Renshou, Chungking
, and Chengdu, and spent a year in the mid-1920s in Shanghai when Sichuan had become too dangerous for foreign missionaries.
In this issue, you will find stories related to the judge advocate's role in Tehran, Iran, and Chungking
, China; stories about war crimes in Italy, Korea, and Germany; and stories illustrating the unique and impressive careers of several prominent judge advocates.