Blowing in the China Wind: Engagements with Chineseness in Hong Kong's Zhongguofeng Music Videos

@article{Chow2011BlowingIT,
  title={Blowing in the China Wind: Engagements with Chineseness in Hong Kong's Zhongguofeng Music Videos},
  author={Y. F. Chow and Jeroen de Kloet},
  journal={Visual Anthropology},
  year={2011},
  volume={24},
  pages={59 - 76}
}
While songs with distinct Chinese characteristics, whether musically or lyrically, have always been part of local pop history, “China Wind” (zhongguofeng) is a novel phenomenon. Above all, China Wind owes its production and circulation as a discursive formation to its endorsement by mainstream artists, notably from Taiwan, as much as to its popularity among audiences in Greater China. While China Wind pop is yet to be systematically documented, researched and analyzed, popular and media… Expand
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