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  • The soldiers arrived too late for the more than 200 UN prisoners of war on their way in a train transport to the North When it became apparent we were going to be able to rescue the prisoners they massacred them slaughtered all of them in the tunnel Weber told DW adding those are the imponderabilities of war that are not worth losing sleep over Professional soldier Weber is proud to have fought in Korea but he regrets some of the things he did there Born in Chicago William Weber grew up in Milwaukee At the age of 17 during World War Two in February 1943 he enlisted with the US Army In January 1945 he was deployed to the Pacific first to the Philippines then to Okinawa and Yokohama to monitor the Japanese capitulation His grades were good and since there was a lack of senior officers Weber had the opportunity to take up an officer career In September 1950 he was wounded in Korea for the first time shot in the shoulder No big deal Weber says Those kinds of wounds don t put you down they re basically an inconvenience unless they hit a nerve or an artery One that goes in and out it s just not a hell of a lot different than if you stick a needle in your finger it s just a bigger hole that s all But even a professional soldier like William Weber doesn t take everything as lightly as a missed chance because of inclement weather or a simple shot in the shoulder What we had to do was terrible That December Weber s regiment secured the retreat of the Eighth US Army to the 38th Parallel On the Yalu River the Americans were defeated by the Chinese who

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  • The sonic weapon, a so-called crowd control device --------------------------------------
    test The sonic weapon can leave you deaf and this permanently Like the taser it can kill It is a perfect instrument for governments who fear mass protests Go back

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  • Ma Jones, The Daily Dream of Colonel Kline ---
    Ma Jones THE DAILY DREAM OF COLONEL KLINE 2 Go to next page

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  • TONY MORGAN -
    Palermo IMI Knoebel and IMI Giese Lutz Mommartz Werner Nekes and Chris Kohlhöfer All the while Klaus Staeck was cooking Heidelberg Oelschinken conventional oil paintings from the Heidelberg area they are referred to as oil y bacon in German whereas Daniel Spoerri was preparing a special goulash for everyone in the university restaurant Subsequent to an excited discussion with Bernd Höke everyone watched a theater performance by Pistoletto s marvellous troupe LO ZOO Staeck concludes his memories of the event by recalling another sculptural intervention the wrapping of a building by his friend Christo Conceived as a counter event challenging the exhibition of contemporary sculpture organized by the Heidelberg art association the INTERMEDIA 69 was one of the last big Happening Fluxus Performance events Klaus Staeck intermedia 69 Die Veranstaltung Erinnerungen von Mitveranstalter Klaus Staeck in http www rzuser uni heidelberg de kschulte christo intermedia htm That the experimental British sculptur Tony Morgan was invited to participate was hardly due to chance Here he met or encountered again people who remained friends and important contacts sometimes collaborators most importantyl Daniel Spoerri and Robert Filliou whose specific affinity to surrealism and innovation of the surrealist vision du monde was so akin to Tony Morgan s own sensitivity even if the latter was unmistakably English It was around 1969 70 that Morgan turned to film making preferring video technique to super 8 or the 16mm format A text published by a British gallery that exposed his work notes aptly that f ew artists have utilised the medium of video as explicitly Morgan caught the zeitgeist perfectly with his films of random and bizarre activities in videos that often featured him Part Fluxus inspired these videos are compelling expressions of Morgan s bleak but humorous reflection of social and political change N N

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  • line scratched and then the soft softly applied white the outline a certain way to let it speak trace of movement time instilled in a still life a moment on that canvas full of memories of retracable hours of work while getting to know this face I too have seen it A visitor at the time lover of the painting not of the one it depicted who was there too

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  • HNB1
    HET LAATSTE NIEUWS Belgium February 25 2014 2014 by HET LAATSTE NIEUWS Go back to Art in Society Issue 13 Contents

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  • HNB1
    journalist of Het Nieuwsblad February 22 2014 at 12 33pm Andreas Weiland Sjofel een beter woord kon ik niet bedenken voor Andreas Weiland Vormeloos vaalgekleurd regenjasje een broek die duidelijk voor iemand anders gemaakt was een gezicht waar de tristesse van af liep lang klittend haar rond een kaal achterhoofd Zijn blik had iets van een trouwe viervoeter die wacht op de volgende impuls van de mens die zijn roedel stuurt Andreas had gedichten geschreven over de Demer Ik had ze niet gelezen en toen ik hem ontmoette wist ik niet of ik ze wel wilde lezen Wat hem zo aansprak in dat onbeduidend stukje verbinding tussen putje Limburg en de Dijle probeerde ik Uiteindelijk moest er een bakje krant gemaakt worden en met die vraag kon ik altijd wel een richting uit Hij keek me wat verlegen en aarzelend aan Het is de mystiek en de reflexie zei hij Het is de spanning tussen de spontane chaos van het landschap en de ordening die de mens meent te kunnen aanbrengen Het is de contradictie van architectuur en de dynamische kracht van de natuur Andreas schilderde met woorden hoe de mens al vanaf de Romeinen het landschap rond de Demer

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    Davis encyclopedia or the independent filmmaker Chen Jo Fei Edward Lawrence Davis ed Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture Abingdon Oxon UK Routledge 2005 p 149 Twin Bracelets feature film 1990 1991 color 103 min 100min 99 min another version starring Vivian Chen Winnie Lau etc http yushan133 pixnet net blog post 26423270 Other sources backup copy 1 backup copy 2 A young woman in an oppressive Chinese fishing village seeks love and escape in the arms of her childhood girlfriend against a backdrop of customs and mores that treat women as property with no human rights In a remote fishing village two girls best friends struggle to remain committed to their declaration of love in their tradition bound society A moving ultimately tragic film Twin Bracelets is remarkable for its portrayal of an independent woman s commitment to her love Yushan Huang the director of Twin Bracelets is perhaps one of the most under rated directors in Chinese cinema In festival screenings worldwide Twin Bracelets was an audience favorite http www chinesetapes com movie chinese twin bracelets html Andrew Gossman Better Beauty Through Technology Chinese Transnational Feminism and the Cinema of Suffering in Bright Lights Film Journal Issue 35 Jan 2002 http www brightlightsfilm com 35 chinesefeminism1 php Gossman backup copy Other films displace lesbianism as a contemporary issue onto characters abused by patriarchal excess in the past for example Wang Jin s Women Flowers 1994 Jacob Cheung s Intimates 1997 and Huang Yu shan s Twin Bracelets 1992 From Tian anmen to Times Square Transnational China and the Chinese Diaspora on Global Screens 1989 1997 by Gina Marchetti 2006 302 pages The Petrel Returns Documentary 1997 16mm 63 min http yushan133 pixnet net blog post 26426716 BACKUP COPY pdf Chinese text Spring Cactus feature film 1998 1999 color 35mm 105 min http yushan133 pixnet net blog post 26421431 Other sources backup copy 1 backup 2 Lai Shen chon The Strait Story 2005 Chinese text The Strait Story feature film 2005 color 35mm 105min http movie mtime com 49095 The year is 1943 and Taiwan is under Japanese rule as a colony After finishing his studies in Japan the famous Taiwanese sculptor and painter Ching Cheng Huang receives an offer to teach at the Beijing Art School He decides to visit friends and his family back home before leaving for China While returning on board the passenger liner Takachiho Maru with his girlfriend the luxurious liner is torpedoed by an American submarine and sinks off the coast of Keelung Taiwan Decades later Shou shou a fine art restorer with a crippling illness finds one of Huang s paintings in an exhibition As she restores the painting Shou shou learns about the artist the stories behind his work and his death at sea She recreates the story of the painting Woman in Black and romantically imagines the ways the artist painted his girlfriend Restoring Huang s painting becomes Shou shou s way of restoring herself http films for africa co za

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