Chinese-American spends seven years searching for lost film about China’s efforts during WWII — Global Times

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— by Du Qiongfang: As of Thursday, nine Nanjing Massacre survivors have passed away since the beginning of 2019. Although these witnesses have passed on, the history of the Japanese invasion of China will not be forgotten as all kinds of audio and video records still remain. 

One of the most treasured records of the invasion of China by the Japanese troops is Kukan, a documentary filmed by US photojournalist Rey Scott (1905-92) who was sponsored by Hawaii-born Chinese-American film producer Li Ling’ai (1908-2003)…

Image courtesy of the Shanghai American Center

May 9, 2019 — 16:42


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