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New Books at the Law Library – 23/09/19

LAW LIBRARY level 3: HD7105.25 .C2 D93 2023
Dianne E. G. Dyck, Disability Management: Theory, Strategy & Industry Practice 7th ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): HD7288.85.C2 T73 2023
Ricardo Tranjan, The Tenant Class (Toronto: Between the Lines, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: K1327 .S25 2022
Alberto Salazar, Corporate Governance and the New Technology (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2022).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE539 .S55 2022
Richard W. Shields,, Family Mediation and Family Arbitration for the Self-represented: Perspectives of a Practitioner and Trainer (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2022)

LAW LIBRARY reference room (level 2): KE787 .W38 2021
Donovan W.M. Waters, Mark Robert Paul Gillen & Lionel D. Smith., Waters' Law of Trusts in Canada , 5th ed. (Toronto: Thomson Reuters, 2021).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE2727 .C75 2023
Andrea Lee & Markus Rotterdam, Critical Issues in the Canadian Law of Architects and Engineers (Toronto: Thomson Reuters Canada, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE5019 .C37 2023
James T. Casey, Jason Kully & Michelle Casey, The Law of Regulatory Investigations in Canada (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KE7709 .H36 2023
Darwin Hanna, Legal Issues on Indigenous Economic Development2nd ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KF450.O2 S54 2023
John Douglas Shields, The Law of Affidavits (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KF425 .H88 2022
Cameron Hutchison, The Modern Principle of Statutory Interpretation, 2nd ed. (Toronto: LexisNexis, 2022).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KJC5132 .H374 2023
David Harris et al., Law of the European Convention on Human Rights (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2023).

LAW LIBRARY level 3: KNX62 .I585 2023
International Congress of Comparative Law , Japanese reports for the XXIst International Congress of Comparative Law (Asunción, 23-28 October 2022) (Tokyo: International Center for Comparative Law and Politics, Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo, 2023).

Vancouver’s Feminist Punk Rockers of the 70’s and 80’s

Content warning: some of the articles use foul language and mention violence against women.

Punk music and subculture may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Vancouver’s rich history. While Vancouver is the home of D.O.A., arguably one of the founding bands of the genre, the city’s vibrant and politically charged punk subculture is often overlooked; probably due to our close proximity to the iconic Seattle music scene. However, browsing through publications like Kinesis, The Ubyssey, and Discorder in UBC’s Open Collections gives an impression of the energetic and burgeoning punk rock scene in Vancouver through the 70’s and 80’s. In particular, Vancouver was a hub for many emerging female punk bands such as the Dishrags, Moral Lepers, The Persisters, and Industrial Waste Banned. While none of these bands saw the same level of fame or commercial success as some of their international counterparts like The Slits, The Raincoats, or Bikini Kill, they were valued members of the Vancouver music scene and whether intentionally or not, contributed to the complex political landscape of the time through their artistic expressions of punk rock, feminism, and anarchy.

One of the first female punk bands to emerge on the scene in the late 70’s was The Dishrags, a three piece from Central Saanich made up of members Jade Blade (Jill Bain), Dale Powers and Scout. Inspired by punk bands like the Ramones, the three bandmates left high school and their hometown to pursue music in Vancouver.

Discorder magazine, a long-standing Indie music magazine published by UBC’s campus radio station, published a retrospective interview with Jade blade in 1999:

In 1979, The Dishrags played a benefit show at the Canadian Legion on 6th and Commercial alongside two other local bands in an effort to fundraise for Nicaragua during their revolution (see the bottom third of the following image):

Moral Lepers were a Vancouver based all-female group who formed in the early 80’s and played together until 1984. In 1984, Kinesis (a Vancouver based feminist publication that ran from 1974-2001) described their music as having “strong British roots”, likely inspired by the influx of punk rock from ‘across the pond’ in the late 60’s and throughout the 70’s.

This Kinesis article from December 1982 mentions Moral Lepers and The Persisters, both Vancouver based punk/rock bands:

In March 1983, Kinesis wrote an article on the female influences in Vancouver’s music scene and included some (mis)information about Moral Lepers. April’s edition of the magazine included a response from the Leper’s themselves setting the record straight:

The Moral Leper’s Respond: “We ain’t no Cinderellas”:

In July 1984, Kinesis published this “Beginners guide to new music” which includes Moral Lepers alongside The Slits and The Raincoats:

One of the next groups to grace the scene was Industrial Waste Banned, a predominantly female group that valued political messaging in their lyrics. While they didn’t necessarily identify their music with any genre and described themselves in an interview with Kinesis in 1985 as “just a band”, people seemed to classify them as punk and their music was described in a February 1986 edition of Discorder as having “nothing warm and non-aggressive” about it. When asked about the message behind their music, Filis told Kinesis: “Our songs are about very many different things. We sing about the economy, the environment, women’s roles, nuclear devastation. I think that our message is that society doesn’t have to be the way it is, and it’s up to the people to start making the changes today”.

The following interview with two members of I.W.B. is from the December 1985 edition of Kinesis:

A review of Industrial Waste Banned written by Brent Kane appeared in the February 1986 edition of Discorder:

 I hope you enjoyed learning about some of Vancouver’s feminist punk rock bands as much as I did.

Thanks for reading!

E for Energy: Asian language Reads for the Science Literacy Week 2023

Asian Library is happy to participate in the Science Literacy Week again this year, September 18 to 24! The Science Literacy Week is a Canada-wide annual celebration to highlight the ways to explore and enjoy the diversity of Canadian science. This year’s theme is energy.

Check out the list of great reads in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and South Asian languages on energy, especially in regard to ways we use it as an industrial and household power source. Come and view the book displays on the Upper Floor of our library as well!

We hope you will join us in reading and learning more about energy – how it’s generated, what technologies are used, how we use it daily, and how that impacts the world in which we live.

Temporary Hours Tues, Sep 19 – Mon, Sep 25

Highlighting student work

This summer, RBSC was delighted to host a class from Langara College studying the geography of British Columbia. The course, taught by Professor David Brownstein, included an assignment that tasked students with choosing a digitized archival item, describing what the object means to the regional geography of British Columbia, why is it important, and why they selected it. A few students kindly gave us permission to share their selections on our blog, along with short excerpts from their final assignments. Enjoy!

City of New Westminster, before the Fire

Selected by German David Gonzalez

City of New Westminster, before the Fire. W.R. Creech. RBSC-Frmd-Lscape-006.

The cause of the [New Westminster] fire remains unknown, but the catastrophe was of such magnitude that an aid committee was formed. The fire motivated the creation of a complete fire brigade and brought touristic growth for the city, which then started receiving more and more visitors who wanted to see with their own eyes how a place that was once devastated, became rebuilt.

Lake District of Southern British Columbia

Selected by Yat Man Lam

The Lake District of Southern British Columbia. Canadian Pacific Railway. The Wallace B. Chung and Madeline H. Chung Collection. CC-TX-201-6-2.

This pamphlet featured in its front cover several well-dressed ladies and children enjoying their time in a picturesque countryside, the lake district of southern British Columbia, where there were mountains, trees, rivers, valleys and fields. It was produced by The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) in 1920 as a promotional initiative to attract visitors to the stretch of land between the Prairies of Western Canada and the Pacific Coast…  The CPR’s success, achieved through collaboration with the government and resulted in its acquisition of 25 million acres of land (Eagle, 1989[1]), came at the hidden cost of displacing the Indigenous communities.

[1] EAGLE, J. A. (1989). The Canadian Pacific Railway and the Development of Western Canada, 1896-1914. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Indigenous People Catching Salmon

Selected by Jonry Ephraim Isla

Indigenous People catching salmon, Somas River in Vancouver Island. Leonard Frank. Uno Langmann Family Collection of BC Photographs. UL-1550-0002.

Understanding and acknowledging the contributions of Indigenous peoples is essential to grasp the historical and cultural significance of their presence in British Columbia’s fishing industry. With their deep-rooted connection to the ocean and its resources, Indigenous communities have practiced fishing for thousands of years, playing a vital role in shaping the fishing industry in the region. Their traditional knowledge and sustainable fishing practices have been integral to the development of the salmon business in BC. Figure 1 shows a rare photograph taken in 1910 by Leonard Frank, a German-Canadian photographer, which presents two Indigenous men actively fishing for salmon. While Leonard Frank gained fame for his extensive collection of photos, predominantly centered around industrial advancements and city life, he also captured moments of Indigenous life, making their activities part of his photographic legacy.

Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office Impact Report 2022/23

Recently the Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office released its 2022/2023 Impact and Activity Report, showcasing some of the year’s highlights and accomplishments.

For more information, or to share feedback please contact scholarly.communications@ubc.ca

Read the Report

Science Literacy Week 2023

Science Literacy Week (September 18-24, 2023) showcases the many ways people of all ages can explore and enjoy the diversity of Canadian science.

This year’s theme is energy: how it’s applied, and the technologies and processes used to generate it in all its forms. You can’t always see it, but energy is everywhere. It can be kinetic, thermal, chemical, radiant or nuclear. It lights our cities as electricity, heats our houses through thermal radiation, and moves our bodies with chemical reactions. We need to be responsible, though, because not all sources of energy are sustainable. With its many waterways, Canada is a major producer of hydroelectricity, an example of a renewable source of energy.

UBC Library and UBC Okanagan Library will offer resources on energy-related topics, like curated book lists, streaming film recommendations, and research guides. Explore, learn, and engage with the UBC community!

For more details about all the upcoming activities, please visit: UBC Library Guide to Science Literacy Week.

About Science Literacy Week

Science Literacy Week showcases the many ways kids and families can explore and enjoy the diversity of Canadian science. Libraries, museums, science centres, schools and not-for-profits come together to highlight the books, movies, podcasts and events that share exciting stories of the science, discoveries and ingenuity shaping our lives. It’s about each and everyone’s unique relationship with science and how they live it.

Collection Spotlight: Science Literacy Week, September 18-24, 2023

This year’s theme is energy.

Leslie Cheung 張國榮 – Hong Kong Icon (1956-2003): Bibliography

Leslie Cheung: Hong Kong Icon exhibition poster

Between February and April of this year, UBC Asian Studies and the Asian Library collaborated to host an exhibition in memory of Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing, the revered Hong Kong singer, actor, performer, and queer icon. This captivating showcase featured an array of publications, recordings, film posters, and other memorabilia from Leslie’s multi-faceted and transpacific life and career. The exhibition attracted hundreds of visitors from both the UBC community and the public, including devoted fans from Toronto and the United States. There was also media coverage from CBC Radio, Fairchild TV, and Sing Tao newspaper.

As we approach Leslie’s birthday anniversary on September 12th, we have compiled a list of resources about Leslie Cheung that you can find within the UBC Library collections. Many of these items were on display during the exhibition earlier this year. Our hope is that this list will serve as a research guide for all those who seek to delve deeper into the enduring legacy of Leslie Cheung.

Chen, Yidong 陈怡东.Dang shi shi zai mei wan mei: Xianggang liu xing yue tan 40 nian当世事再没完美 : 香港流行乐坛40年. Beijing Shi: Fa lü chu ban she, 2016. Print. (ML336.8 H66 C43 2016)

Chu, Yiu-Wai. Hong Kong Cantopop: A Concise History. Hong Kong: HKU Press, 2017. Print. (ML3502 C58 H669 2017)

Collett, Nigel. Firelight of a Different Colour: the Life and Times of Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing. Hong Kong: Signal 8 Press, 2014. Print. (PN2878 C546 C65 2014)

Dehui 的灰. Xianggang dian ying jin xiang jiang di hou lie zhuan 香港电影金像奖帝后列传. Shanghai: Shanghai shu dian, 2007. Print. (PN2877 D44 2007)

Dehui 的灰. Yu ta gong du 61 shi: Zhang Guorong de dian ying sheng ming (Leslie Cheung’s Movie Life) 与他共度61世: 张国荣的电影生命. Shanghai: Shanghai shu dian chu ban she, 2006. Print. (PN1998.3 C6453 D448 2003)

Farquhar, Mary and Zhang, Yingjin. Chinese Film Stars. London; New York: Routledge, 2010. Print. (PN1993.5 C4 C4425 2010)

Guan, Xichao 關熙潮. Zhang Guorong: bu ru wo men cong tou lai guo 張國榮: 不如我們從頭來過. Xianggang: Xianggang zhong he chu ban you xian gong si, 2015. Print. (PN1998.3 C6453 G85 2015)

Leung, Helen Hok-Sze. Farewell My Concubine. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press, 2010. Print. (PN1997.2 F364 L48 2010)

Leung, Helen Hok-Sze. Undercurrents: Queer Culture and Postcolonial Hong Kong. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008. Print. (NX180 H6 L48 2008)

Li, Zhuotao 李焯桃. Chen Kexin: zi ji de lu (Peter Ho-Sun Chan: My Way) 陳可辛: 自己的路. Xianggang: San lian shu dian (Xianggang) you xian gong si, 2012. (PN1998.3 C4664 C44 2012)

Lingnan da xue ren wen xue ke yan jiu zhong xin, Xianggang wen xue yan jiu xiao zu嶺南大學人文學科研究中心 香港文學研究小組. Dian ying zhong de Xianggang gu shi電影中的香港故事. Xianggang: Xianggang jiao yu tu shu gong si, 2010. Print. (PN1993.5 C4 D564 2010)

Liu, Jingzhi 劉靖之. Xianggang yin yue shi lun: Yue yu liu xing qu, yan su yin yue, Yue ju 香港音樂史論: 粤語流行曲, 嚴肅音樂, 粤劇. Xianggang: Shang wu yin shu guan (Xianggang) you xian gong si, 2013. Print. (ML336.8 H66 L58 2013)

Lu, Weiluan and Xiong, Zhiqin 盧瑋鑾  熊志琴. Wen xue yu ying xiang bi du 文學與影像比讀. Xianggang: San lian shu dian (Xianggang) you xian gong si, 2007. Print. (PL3031 H65 W464 2007)

Luo, Feng 洛楓. Jin se de hu die: Zhang Guorong de yi shu xing xiang (Butterfly of Forbidden Colors: the Artistic Image of Leslie Cheung) 禁色的蝴蝶: 張國榮的藝術形象. Xianggang: San lian shu dian (Xianggang) you xian gong si, 2008. Print. (PN1998.3 C6453 L86 2008)

Mao Qiu 毛球. Guang hui sui yue, bu shuo zai jian: Xianggang yin yue shi guang shu (The Voice of Hong Kong) 光辉岁月, 不说再见: 香港音乐时光书. Beijing Shi: Beijing lian he chu ban gong si, 2016. Print. (ML336.8 H66 M526 2016)

Matsuoka, Tamaki 松岡環. Resurī Chan no Honkon: Chō Kokuei teki Honkon sekai レスリー・チャンの香港 : 張国栄的香港世界. Tōkyō: Heibonsha, 2008. Print. (PN1998.3 C6453 M38 2008)

Ng, May and Wong Ha-pak  吳君玉 黃夏柏. Yu le ben se : Xin yi cheng fen dou sui yue (The Essence of Entertainment : Cinema City’s Glory Days) 娛樂本色 : 新藝城奮鬥歲月. Xianggang: Xianggang dian ying zi liao guan, 2016. Print. (PN1993.5 H6 Y945 2016)

O Yu-jŏng오 유정. Amut’ŭn, Chang Kug-yŏng아무튼, 장 국영. Seoul: K’onan Puksŭ, 2021. Print. (PN1998.3 C6453 O98 2021)

Red Mission ji xu Zhang Guorong ge ying mi guo ji lian meng 繼續張國榮歌影迷國際聯盟. Zhang Guorong: yin yue ren sheng 張國榮 : 音樂人生. Xianggang: Kuai le shu fang you xian gong si, 2019. Print. (PN1998.3 C6453 Z436 2019)

Rong, Xueyan 荣雪烟. Sui feng bu shi: Zhang Guorong (Enduring Presence: Leslie Cheung) 随风不逝 : 张国荣. Fuzhou Shi: Fujian ren min chu ban she, 2018. Print. (PN1998.3.C6453 R646 2018)

Shi, Yonggang and Sa Lin师永刚 沙林. Jue ai feng xiang: Zhang Guorong 绝爱封箱: 张囯荣. Beijing: Zuo jia chu ban she, 2003. Print. (PN1998.3.C6453 S559 2003)

Shima, Chitose 志摩千岁. Zhang Guorong de shi guang 张国荣的时光.  Trans. Jing Qin 秦晶. Shanghai: Shanghai shu dian chu ban she, 2007. Print. (PN1998.3.C6453 S556 2007)

Stewart, Clare and Hawker, Philippa. Leslie Cheung (Zhang Guorong). Victoria, Australia: Acmi, 2003. Print. (PN2878 C448 L47 2003)

Stokes, Lisa Odham and Hoover, Michael. City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema. London; New York: Verso, 1999. Print. (PN1993.5 H6 S76 1999)

Tambling, Jeremy. Wong Kar-wai’s Happy Together. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2003. Print. (PN1998.3 W65 T35 2003)

Wei, Junzi 魏君子. Guang ying li de lang hua: Xianggang dian ying mai luo hui yi 光影裏的浪花: 香港電影脈絡回憶. Xianggang: Zhonghua shu ju, 2019. Print. (PN1993.5 C4 G83 2019)

Xianggang dian ying ping lun xue hui 香港電影評論學會. Wang Jiawei de ying hua shi jie王家衛的映畫世界. Xianggang: San lian shu dian (Xianggang) you xian gong si, 2004. Print. (PN1998.3 W65 W36 2004)

Xiao Hong 晓红. Nong ben duo qing: Zhang Guorong 侬本多情: 张国荣. Changsha Shi: Hunan shi fan da xue chu ban she, 2011. Print. (PN1998.3.C6453 X5364 2011)

Yin, Xinxi 殷信希. Zhang Guorong wei ni zhong qing (Will You Remember Me) 張國榮為你鍾情. Jiulong: Pei cheng gong si, 2022. Print. (PN1998.3.C6453 Y56 2022)

Zhang Guorong yi shu yan jiu hui 张国荣艺术研究会. Sheng shi guang yin: Zhang Guorong 盛世光阴: 张国荣. Beijing: Xian dai chu ban she, 2013. Print. (PN1998.3.C6453 S5464 2013)

Zhuo, Botang 卓伯棠. Xianggang xin lang chao dian ying (Hong Kong New Wave Cinema) 香港新浪潮电影. Shanghai: Fu dan da xue chu ban she, 2011. Print. (PN1993.5 H6 Z486 2011)

Afei zheng zhuan (Days of Being Wild) 阿飛正傳. Directed by Wang Kar-Wai 王家卫. [Guangzhou]: Guangdong yin xiang chu ban she, 2003. DVD. (PN1997.2 A3685 2003)

Bawang bie ji (Farewell My concubine) 霸王別姬. Directed by Chen Kaige 陈凯歌. Beijing: Beijing bei ying lu yin lu xiang gong si. DVD. (PN1997 B385 2000z)

Bawang bie ji (Farewell My concubine) 霸王別姬. Directed by Chen Kaige 陈凯歌. Beijing Shi: Zhong ying yin xiang chu ban she, 2007. DVD. (PN1997 B2678 2007)

Dong xie xi du (Ashes of Time) 東邪西毒. Directed by Wang Kar-Wai 王家卫. [Beijing]: Beijing bei ying lu ying lu xiang gong si, 2009. DVD. (PN1997 D647 2002)

Dong xie xi du (Ashes of Time Redux) 東邪西毒终极版.  Directed by Wang Kar-Wai王家卫. [Guangzhou]: Jiu zhou yin xiang shu ban gong si chu ban, 2009. DVD. (PN1997.2 D647 2009)

Feng Yue (Temptress moon) 風月. Directed by Chen Kaige 陈凯歌.Montreal : Alliance Atlantis, 2002. DVD. (PN1997. F46 2002)

Happy Together. Directed by Wong Kar-Wai 王家卫. New York, N.Y.: Kino International Corp, 2004. DVD. (PN1997 C4855 2004)

He’s a Woman, She’s a Man. Directed by Peter Chan 陳可辛. Hong Kong, 1994. DVD. (VMatica.H-341)

Les cendres du temps redux (Ashes of Time Redux) 東邪西毒Directed by Wang Kar-Wai王家卫. Culver City, Calif.: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2009. DVD. (PN1997 D647 2009)

Jia you xi shi (All’s Well, End’s Well) 家有囍事. Directed by Clifton Ko 高志森. South San Francisco, Calif.: Tai sheng ying shi shi chang tui guang gong si, 1992. DVD. (VMatica VHS-64)

Qian nü you hun (A Chinese Ghost Story) 倩女幽魂. Directed by Ching Siu Tung 程小東. Hong Kong: Fortune Star, 2012. DVD. (PN1997.2 Q353)

Qian nü you hun 2: ren jian dao (A Chinese Ghost Story 2) 倩女幽魂 2: 人間道. Directed by Ching Siu Tung程小東. Hong Kong: Fortune Star, 2012. DVD. (PN1997.2 Q354)

Yan zhi kou (Rouge) 胭脂扣. Directed by Stanley Kwan 關錦鵬. Hong Kong: Fortune Star, 2002. DVD. (PN1997.2 Y36 2002)

Yan zhi kou (Rouge) 胭脂扣. Directed by Stanley Kwan 關錦鵬. Beijing: Zhongguo lu ying lu xiang chu ban zong she, 2002. DVD. (PN1997 Y363 2002)

Ying xiong ben se (A Better Tomorrow) 英雄本色. Directed by John Woo 吴宇森.  China: Zhong ying yin xiang chu ban she, 2002. DVD. (PN1997.2 Y55 2002)

Ying xiong ben se 2 (A Better Tomorrow 2) 英雄本色2. Directed by John Woo 吳宇森. Hong Kong: Fortune Star, 2010. DVD. (PN1997.2 Y552 2010)

Zong heng si hai (Once a Thief) 縱橫四海. Directed by John Woo 吳宇森. Beijing: Zhongguo lu yin lu xiang chu ban zong she, 2002. DVD. (PN1997.2 Z66 2000z)

Birnie, Peter. “Farewell, My Concubine co-star jumps from Hong Kong hotel.” Vancouver Sun, 3 April, 2003, https://go.exlibris.link/fxbP56fL.

Birnie, Peter. “Star Turn: He was a pop star in Hong Kong but Leslie Cheung now looks to movies, and Vancouver, for a new life.” Vancouver Sun, 14 March, 1994. https://www.proquest.com/docview/243199710?pq-origsite=summon&accountid=14656

Bukowski, Ana Howe. “Reimagining Leslie Cheung through Hanyuan Bookstore: the posthumous personalities of the queer Hong Kong celebrity.” Celebrity Studies, vol.13, no.4, October 2022, pp.595-612. https://doi.org/10.1080/19392397.2022.2135086

Chou, Katherine Hui-ling 周慧玲. Ming xing guo cheng, xing bie yue jie yu sheng ti biao yan: cong Zhang Guorong tan qi” 明星過程、性別越界與身體表演──從張國榮談起 [The Queer Stardom and Body Enactment of Leslie Cheung]. Xi ju yan jiu 戲劇研究 no.3, January 2009, pp.217-248. https://doi.org/10.6257/2009.3217

Chow, Wyng. “Key Hong Kong Official visits B.C.” Vancouver Sun. 17 June, 1999, https://www.proquest.com/docview/242755669?pq-origsite=summon&accountid=14656

He, Jijiping何冀平. “Gao chu bu sheng han: ji Zhang Guorong” 高處不勝寒 ── 記張國榮. Ming bao yue kan 明報月刊, no.665, May 2021, pp.4-6. Print. (AP95 C4 M54)

Hsu, Jen-Hao. “Queering Chineseness: The Queer Sphere of Feelings in Farewell My Concubine and Green Snake.” Asian studies review, vol.36, no.1, March 2012, pp.1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/10357823.2011.651199

Yamato, Akira 大和晶. “Resurī Chan: Kokkyō o koeta eiga seisaku e no atsui omoi” レスリー・チャン: 国境を超えた映画製作への熱い思い, Kinema junpō キネマ旬報 , no. 1282, May 1999, pp.26-31. Print. (PN1993 K45)

Wada, Emi, Udagawa, Kōyō, and Teruoka, Sōzoワダエミ 宇田川幸洋  暉峻創三. “Tsuitō Chō Kokuei: Resurī Chan to iu ikikata” 追悼張國榮: レスリー・チャンという生きかた, Kinema junpō キネマ旬報 , no. 1384, July 2003, pp.21-34. Print. (PN1993 K45)

Oh, Youjoeng. “A Study on Post – Leslie Cheung Fandom’s Identity and Its Socio-cultural Implications” 후(後) 장국영 시대 팬덤의 정체성과 사회문화적 함의. Journal of Chinese Studies 중국학논총, no.60, June 2018, pp.131-153. http://doi.org/10.26585/chlab.2018..60.007

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