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Andrew Y.S. Cheng at opening of his film Shanghai Panic (2002) in Shanghai
Spencer, Norman A
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Norman Spencer Photographs
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Spencer, Norman A.
This photograph was taken at the unofficial screening of Andrew Y.S. Cheng's underground film Shanghai Panic (2002) which was based on a short story by the female writer Mian Mian. Andrew Cheng is an important Chinese film director whose films are about China’s LGBTQ communities. This photograph was taken at the Shanghai opening for his film.
UC San Diego Library, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0175 (
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Motion picture producers and directors
Independent filmmakers
Shanghai (China)
Cheng, Yusu
Queer Cinema
Shanghai (China)

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