Chinese Animated Films: List of Chinese Animated Films, Havoc in Heaven, Mcdull, Kung Fu Kindergarten, Princess Iron Fan

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 118 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (films not included). Pages: 35. Chapters: A Chinese Ghost Story: The Tsui Hark Animation, A Deer of Nine Colors, A Jewish Girl in Shanghai, Chuang Tapestry, CJ7: The Cartoon, Dog Treat, DragonBlade: The Legend of Lang, Emperor's Dream, Feeling from Mountain and Water, Fishing Child, Go After an Easy Prey, Havoc in Heaven, Lao Mountain Taoist, Legend of Sealed Book, List of Chinese animated films, Little 8th Route Army, Little Soldier Zhang Ga, Lotus Lantern, Magic Brush, McDull, Kung Fu Kindergarten, McDull, Prince de la Bun, McDull, the Alumni, Mission Incredible: Adventures on the Dragon's Trail, Monkey King vs. Er Lang Shen, Moon Castle: The Space Adventure, My Life as McDull, New Year (film), Piercing I, Pigsy Eats Watermelon, Princess Iron Fan (1941 film), Prince Nezha's Triumph Against Dragon King, Shuzhendong Chinese Typewriter, Snow Kid, Sparkling Red Star (2007 film), Storm Rider Clash of the Evils, The Big Fighting between Wukong and God Erlang, The Camel's Dance, The Cowboy's Flute, The Deer's Bell, The Fight Between the Snipe and the Clam, The Magic Aster, The Proud General, The Super Snail Adventure, The Tibetan Dog, The Tiger Prowess, The Warrior (2006 film), Three Monks, Thru the Moebius Strip, Uproar in the Studio, Warrior (2007 film), Where is Mama, Why Is the Crow Black-Coated, Yugo & Lala. Excerpt: A Jewish Girl in Shanghai (Chinese: ) is a 2010 Chinese animated family film written by Wu Lin and based on his graphic novel of the same name. It is directed by Wang Genfa and Zhang Zhenhui, and voiced by Cui Jie, Zhao Jing and Ma Shaohua. Set mainly in and around the Shanghai Ghetto in Japanese-occupied Shanghai during the Second World War, the film tells the story of three children. Rina and her younger brother Mishalli are Jewish refugees who escaped Europe but are without their parents. A-Gen is a Chinese boy who meets Rina and helps her and her brother to survive. The children form strong friendships and have adventures as they try and fend off the Japanese army occupying the city, and their allies, the Nazis. In the background, the Second Sino-Japanese War takes places, while the children must face the uncertainty that concerns the fate of Rina and Mishalli's parents in Europe. Well received in China and internationally, A Jewish Girl in Shanghai has been heralded as the first animated Chinese film to address the Holocaust, and has been described as "China's first homegrown Jewish film." The film has been nominated for awards in China and Israel, and has been considered an important step towards improving China's relations with Israel and intercultural relations between the Chinese and Jewish peoples. The Shanghai Ghetto in 1943.During the Second World War, approximately 20,000 Jewish refugees fleeing German-occupied Europe were given an area of approximately one square mile in the Hongkou District of Shanghai by the Japanese Empire, designated the Restricted Sector for Stateless Refugees, one of the poorest and most overcrowded areas of the city. Shanghai had previously had a small population of Baghdadi Jews and Russian Jews, the latter mostly having fled the Russian Empire as a result of anti-Jewish pogroms. The new Ashkenazi Jews that immigrated to Shanghai began arriving from 1933, firstly German Jews following the Nazi Party's rise to power. Despite the

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