Western songs, dances and classical music. He hired the popular American soprano Helen Traubel to sing solo, almost rewriting the history of art and literature in Hong Kong. In 1959, the management right of Xuangong Theater changed hands and became Huangdu Theater, which changed to show Western and Mandarin films. Then in the year of phone database Hong Kong's return, the Huangdu Theater took Jackie Chan's "A Good Man" as the end point and went to an end. Although the scales of the two theaters are different, they both carry the artistic and literary dreams of the local gentry in the same era, and they have not survived the hardships of the times, and each faces different preservation problems.
0_MNdS6NlkYQDn-VTn Photo Credit: © Lord Jaraxxus 1960s postcard from the Imperial City Theatre Different eras, the same language passing by Wang Zhaoqian, director of Ruan Opera Troupe, and Yu Zhenqiu, director of Theater Space, said that "Emperor's Dianji", which was written in the background of two theaters, was chatted while drinking. In 2015, Yu Zhenqiu was invited to the Tainan Art Festival. After drinking and chatting with Wang Zhaoqian after work, he unexpectedly learned that there was a "Speak Mandarin Movement" in Taiwan.
It was a time when the speaking of Taiwanese was banned. The government took the lead in requiring people to speak only "national language". Even speaking their mother tongue in school was punished. Taiwanese was officially portrayed as vulgar and local. This ban on speaking Taiwanese has been so long that even seventh graders have a vague impression of this policy (the official end date is 1993). In contrast to Hong Kong's increasingly stringent "general education" policy before 2018, schools no longer teach Cantonese, and even change the history of textbooks to