Tangshan earthquake

“Buried” Yet Committed to Memory

Film critic Wei Xidi looks at Wang Libo’s latest documentary, “Buried,” which documents the cover-up behind the 1976 Tangshan earthquake. From Caixin: Taken as a whole, Wang Libo’s latest documentary...

Filmmaking in a Climate of Caution

In the New York Times, Richard Bernstein looks at the new IMAX blockbuster by Feng Xiaogang, Aftershock, about the 1976 Tangshan earthquake: Called “Aftershock” in English, the movie depicts with impressive, extremely realistic...

Blockbuster From China

From the Wall Street Journal, a look at famed Chinese director Feng Xiaogang’s newest film, “Aftershock”: An ambitious, emotionally charged, occasionally melodramatic tale, “Aftershock” spans two of...

Video: Feng Xiaogang’s Aftershock

A new movie by Feng Xiaogang, Aftershock, tells the story of the devastating 1976 earthquake in Tangshan, and is the first IMAX movie to be produced outside of the U.S. Watch a trailer on YouTube: People’s Daily reports on...

Why commemorate the Tangshan earthquake? – Joel Martinsen

From Danwei: From today’s perspective, the entire course of the Tangshan earthquake lacks one essential record that disasters of this type must have: detailed, objective news reports. Circulating today are mostly reminiscences of the so-called Tangshan earthquake survivors. Perhaps you may say, didn’t the People’s Daily and the Xinhua News Agency have reporters on the […]



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