Zhuoyi Wang.
Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures Zhuoyi Wang gave several invited talks during the summer break.

In June, he gave a talk titled “Languages and Identities in A City of Sadness (1989)” at Indiana University. In July, he was invited to speak on “From A City of Sadness to My Bittersweet Taiwan (2004): The Taiwan Identities Constructed in PRC and Taiwanese Films” at National Taiwan University (NTU). He also gave a talk titled “From Star Wars (1977) and The Matrix (1999) to Chinese Martial Arts Films” at Middlebury College.

In August, Wang was also invited by Beijing Normal University to be the interlocutor in a conversation with director Qiu Sheng at the university’s International Film Director Creative Summer Workshop.

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