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1 Week 15: Thematic Explorations: The City and Politics [Dec 19 th, 2013] Instructor: Richard Rong-bin Chen, PhD. Adjunct Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Taiwan Literature, NTU Taiwan Fiction and Postwar Urban Experience Unless noted, the course materials are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 TaiwanAttribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Taiwan (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Taiwan

2 The Formosa Incident, Dec. 10 th, 1979 This work is from Ministry of Culture, National Repository of Cultural Heritage but the original source is from (http://km.moc.gov.tw/myphoto/show1.asp?imageid=694&categoryid=44(http://km.moc.gov.tw/myphoto/show1.asp?imageid=694&categoryid=44 ) It is used subject to the fair use doctrine of the Taiwan Copyright Act Article 52 and 65 by GET, and

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5 Formosa Boulevard Station, Kaohsiung MRT Wikipedia MiNe (sfmine79)

6 The Dome of Light designed by Narcissus Quagliata Wikipedia Howard61313

7 Democratic Progressive Party established in the Grand Hotel on Sep. 28 th, (A picture from p. 159, ) This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right.

8 Wikipedia Taiwan Junior

9 Beginning of Democratization Around people join the Formosa Incident, among them, 152 arrested, and almost 50 indicted. President Chiang Ching-kuo [ ] announced the lifting of martial law on July 14 th, Issued in 1949, Martial law had been valid for 38 years before its official lifting on July 15 th, Chiang, the initiator of Taiwans democratization, died on Jan. 13, 1988.

10 What it means to lift the Martial Law? The ban on establishing new parties lifted. The ban on newspapers lifted on Jan. 1 st, (No longer only China Times, United Daily News, and other newspapers controlled directly by KMT.) Civilians no longer tried by military court of law. Demonstrations became legal. The ban on visiting relatives on the Mainland lifted. (See Hsiao Sas My Relatives in Hong Kong)

11 Two main pro-Tangwai [ ] newspapers Independence Evening Post (1947~) Liberty Times (1980~)

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13 Lai Suo[ ] (Oct. 1979) Time as the most important element. Lai Suo, a citizen of Taibei, June 1978, a traveler through time and space. (p. 81) The plotline of the present: It was June 24, 1978, a day of no particular significance in a predictably screwed up world, a day as yet without any meaning whatsoever. (p. 76) This is the day Lai Suo saw Mr. Han on TV, and decided to meet him, which he did in the end. Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

14 Danshui River [ ] Dadaocheng [ ] This work is from Google map(https://maps.google.com.tw/) and used subject to the fair use doctrine of the Taiwan Copyright Act Article 52 and 65 by GET(https://maps.google.com.tw/

15 Biography of Lai Suo From a Taiwanese family, lived in a traditional Taiwanese neighborhood around Dadaocheng. Spent nine year in the prison, released when he was 30 (1957). He started to work for his brother after returning the society, got married when he was 36 (1963), and now hes 51 (1979). The story develops in a time span of more than 30 years, starting from the time when Lai was still a teenager, with the past and present being presented in parallels, in order to emphasize the theme of change.

16 The plotline of the past makes Lai Suos life an epitome of postwar Taiwan history. Japanese Rule ( ) Lai Suo might be born in 1927, the 33 rd year of Japanese Rule in Taiwan. He was taught by a Japanese teacher in (Coincidently, Japan introduced a 6-year compulsory education system in Taiwan this year.) In 1945, he was 18 and became a fruit peddler at Danshui River around Taipei.

17 The Retrocession (1945) The two sides of the road were covered with straw mats, and some Japanese were kneeling on the mats with their heads bowed.... With the Japanese having surrendered not long before, the native people werent sure what was best to do. Lai Suos father had worked for the Japanese... White Terror during KMT political domination ( ) The 228 Incident happened in 1947, and, in around 1948, Lai started to work for Pan-Asian Magazine, a pro-independence magazine. Taiwans booming economy and urban culture (the late 1970s)

18 Lai Suos personal life: I: out of jail when he was 30; imprisoned for 9 years. II: got married 1963 when he was 36; he had been married for 15 years. He was 18 in 1945, the year of the Retrocession. III: worked for Pan-Asian Magazine when he was 21 (1948), and became a member of the Taiwan Democratic Progressive Alliance. IV: switch between his marriage life and imprisonment (when he was informed of his moms death).

19 V: how Lais parents had look forward to his prospects; planned to visit his invalid cousin Ah-zong; characterization of Lais wife. His wife wasnt sleeping, she was wearing her pink Triumph underwear and was bathed in perfume from head to toe. These were her little stratagems, the little extras, the resourcefulness that accounted for their three children and the two apartments they had acquired at a court auction. Whenever her relatives from the countryside came to visit she would take them to Taipei to nightclub shows and treat them to a meal out at some nice hotel restaurant. (p.86) Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

20 These country folk never ceased to be amazed by the dazzle of the city their mouths hanging open, unable to utter a syllable. At these times Lai Suos wife would always be extremely excited, and he would be exceptionally warm and friendly, a look of helplessness showing from the corners of his eyes. On this particular night her passion was uncontrollable, and despite her forty years and rather plump belly she was acting just like a little girl, giggling and pressing her 132-pound body on a totally limp Lai Suo. (p.86) Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

21 VI: traveled from his suburban home to Taipei; made a call to the TV station. The dialogue between Lai and the girl from the TV station restaurant is politically quite significant. Could you tell me if there is going to be an appearance today by a Mr. Han as reported in the papers? (p.88) (It turns out that Lai Suo made a call to the restaurant, not the operator.) But surely you know that Mr. Han Zhiyuan is coming to speak? (p.88) Which Han Zhiyuan ? Is he on a variety show or in a soap opera? she said, beginning to get impatient. I know all the famous actors and singers here. Whats this Han Zhiyuan do? You dont know the information desks number, right ? (p.88) Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

22 He, he just came back from Japan. Thats strange. The only one whos come back from Japan is Teresa Teng (Deng Lijun). Ill tell you the number of the information desk, okay?(p.88) [Later on when Lai Suo entered the TV station studio, one of the cameramen also told him to check Studio Two because there isnt anything very interesting about this show. But Lai Suo didnt want to answer him.] Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

23 VII: in the hospital, then went to a restaurant near the TV station on Renai Road (so it was CTV, China Television Company). VIII: a show began in the restaurant. IX: Lais recollection of his life, and how all the important things in his life had been arranged by his elder brother. X: the TV show named Contemporary Spotlight which interviewed Mr. Han; the interview is mixed with what Mr. Han said 30 years ago. XI: Went back home.

24 In the restaurant near the TV station, Lai drank a cup of coffee, listening to the singing and guitar performance of a young man with long hair, but he felt unfitted in the audience: He held a guitar and plucked away at it while he sang a song in English. His expression was full of life, and he sang with abandon... Thank you, thank you, once more? Okay, okay! The youth said. Lai Suo could not sit there any longer. These people, their fashion, elegance, wealththis imbecile on stage! Lai Suo was so disgusted with the sounds of laughter and music in his ears, the pretentious gestures, that he felt forced to stand up... (p. 92) Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

25 Lai Suo sat on a bench before he crossed the road and entered the TV station, asking himself: What the hell was I thinking of doing?... Perhaps he shouldnt always be running away. By now his wife had certainly cleaned up the kitchen table and they were all happily sitting around the TV, the children all in a circle.... He was the head of the family... His feet propped up on the coffee table as he laughed at the sitcom, his wife and kids laughing along. This was Lai Suos familys routine, their evening entertainment. (p. 92) Source: Huang Fan. (1991)Michael S. Duke(Eds.), Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

26 Nineteen Days of the New Party (Jan, 1989) The Historical Background. Kuo Wan-jung [ ], former Finance Minister, announced in Sep the reintroduction of the tax on share profits [ ], which made the number of stock exchange go down from 8900 to 5700 in just 19 days, thus the title of the story. This, according to the mainlanders like the narrator and Mrs. Jia, could be Kuos conspiracy with her cousin Peng Ming-min [ ] to undermine the ruling KMT. (p ) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

27 Urban Scenes The brokerage Fast food restaurant (KFC) Min Sheng District [Mrs. Jia, ] Department store The Presidential Palace (A) Legislative Yuan (B) Executive Yuan (C) The headquarter of KMT (D) CKS Memorial Hall (E) Taipei Main Station (F)

28 This work is from Google map(https://maps.google.com.tw/) and used subject to the fair use doctrine of the Taiwan Copyright Act Article 52 and 65 by GET(https://maps.google.com.tw/

29 Taiwanese vs. Mainlanders Taiwanese KMT: Lee Teng-hui [ ] and Kuo Wan-jung. Peng Ming-min and other DPP politicians. Mainlanders KMT: Yu Kuo-hwa [ ]. (Prime Minister) Ni Wen-ya [ ]. (President of Legislative Yuan) Shen of Wei-king [ ]. (Stock market tycoon) The female protagonist and her husband, Dingwu [ ], a geography teacher. The narrators cousin. Mrs. Jia from Min Sheng district [ ]. Many of the investors who became supporters of DPP.

30 Concern for Mainlanders Criticism of Lees KMT As they made their escape, they nearly knocked down a white-haired old man carrying a wooden placard with a photo of the late Chiang Ching-kuo and mumbling to all and sundry like he was chanting a sutra, If Chiang Ching-kuo were alive, hed only have to say the word and the market would be closed, or the levy could be suspended for a year. The problem would have been solved at once! When they looked more carefully at the wooden placard, they saw on each side a row of characters done with brush and ink: Money to go home to the mainland tied down; Kuomintang hits rock bottom. [ ] (p.156) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

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32 According to another conspiracy theory, what is behind the scene of this policy is the political struggle between the two highest leaders of KMT. Just the day before, they had another equally thrilling discussion: it was Premier Yu Kuo-hwa who argued most strongly for the unpopular levy, and his purpose was to make life difficult for President Lee Teng-hui, to make sure that during the National Day celebrations, not only the regular troops would be on parade but also a hundred thousand protesting investors. (p.145) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

33 And the day before yesterday, the same conspiracy theory had another twist: it was Lee Teng-hui who was behind it all, and his purpose was to turn Yu into a mere figurehead, to strip him of real decision-making power in the finance sector. If the market plummeted as a result, the blame was sure to fall on Yu, who had never enjoyed any popular support anyway. Lee would come to the rescue, thus presenting himself as the saviour of the market. To kill two birds with one stone-that was what he wanted. (p.145) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

34 The Stock Investor version of Kangaroo Mom The way Mimi placed an order in KFC and how she cleared her own dining table made the unnamed female protagonist feel that she is a stranger. (Mimi didnt do chores at home, and she, Maomao, and Dingwu didnt know what the mother do at home.) After her investment in the stock market, she started to care about international news, but was driven back to the kitchen. (p. 147) Didnt even know the phone number of Mrs. Jia, and she was not like other investors, because she did not lose a lot of money on the stock investment. She was actually disconnected from her family and the society. Her only connection with the society was the brokerage. Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

35 When the family became strangers, the strangers become familiar … Dingwu suggested going to the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall to watch the fireworks, surprising everyone with his zest.... God, she couldnt stand it! She wished, oh how she wished she could do what yesterdays leaflet urged her to do and go at once to the Ta Tung Elementary School for the rally organized by the DPP central committee! How she wished she could wave the flag shed chosen for herself, and join those strangers she knew so well, even better than Mimi and Maomao and Dingwu. Yes, she wished to shout with others,... It really didnt matter whether it had anything to do with the tax on share profits. (p. 160) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

36 She was well and truly grounded [during the four-day Mid-autumn vacation]. Even when she found the time to go out, there wasnt much she could do as the stock market was closed for four days. Only then did it occur to her that although she and Mrs. Jia had become as close as two old schoolmates over the past two months, their friendship was restricted to the brokerage and the fast food restaurant: the didnt even have each others home phone number to exchange news. She felt like a bird that had become separated from the flock, completely out of touch with its kind, and missing desperately her days of communal life... (p. 151) Evening papers became her only connection with the world. Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

37 The Corruption of KMT And then her cousin told her a string of rumours about how the big players had been tipped off in advance and come out unscathedLei, for example, had been unloading his shares in China Manmade Fibres every day for some time even though the market then was surging ahead. Why? That was the KMT rewarding him for his handsome patriotic gestures in the past! Hsu Yu-yang of Far East Textiles, that chap who was always on good terms with the KMT and the administration, got rid of two million shares of Far East Textiles in his Oriental Securities last week, (p.152) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

38 even though hed always been so keen to see his companys shares do well in the market; Chung Hsin of the Ku family had been selling every day since mid-September; Cathay Investment and Trust dumped over six hundred million in two hours last Saturday lunch-time; and Chiu of Jung-An had been told to stay on the sidelines this time by someone high up in the Party at golf a few months ago, and hed unloaded all his shares in Taiwan Pineapple and Taiwan Agriculture & Forestry some two weeks ago. So no one was taken in except me. I heard nothing, and like a fool I bought into Taiwan Pineapple! (p.152) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

39 So They Started to Cheer for DPP … if only for the next 19 days. The investors were not really interested in politics, according to Dingwu. Both the female protagonist and Mrs. Jia did not know the location of Legislative Yuan. The female protagonist took a flag with green and white stripes, and flushed with a strange sensation; Mrs. Jia also waved the flag as if for fun, claiming Who cares! We support those who support us. (p. 157) Source: Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Renditions No Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

40 The flag of DPP 7.htm This work is from but the original source is from Wikipedia Democratic Progressive Partyhttp://www.pcstore.com.tw/ihope/M htm (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Democratic_Progressive_Part y.svg) and used subject to the fair use doctrine of the Taiwan Copyright Act Article 50 by GEThttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Flag_of_Democratic_Progressive_Part y.svg

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42 Copyright Declaration PageWork LicensingAuthor/Source 8 Wikipedia Taiwan Junior 2013/12/17 visited : This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right. 13 Lai Suo, a citizen of Taibei, June 1978, a traveler through time and space. Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.81). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 13 It was June 24, 1978, a day of no particular … meaning whatsoever. Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.76). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 14 This work is from Google map(https://maps.google.com.tw/) and used subject to the fair use doctrine of the Taiwan Copyright Act Article 52 and 65 by GET(https://maps.google.com.tw/ 19 His wife wasnt sleeping, she was … some nice hotel restaurant. Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.86). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

43 Copyright Declaration PageWork LicensingAuthor/Source 20 These country folk never ceased …body on a totally limp Lai Suo. Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.86). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 21 Could you tell me if there is going to ….Han as reported in the papers? Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.88). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 21 But surely you know that Mr. Han Zhiyuan is coming to speak? Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.88). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 21 Which Han Zhiyuan ? Is he on a …information desks number, right ? Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.88). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 22 Thats strange. The only one whos come … of the information desk, okay? Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.88). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 24 He held a …life, and he sang with abandon... Thank you, thank you, … forced to stand up... Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.92). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe

44 Copyright Declaration PageWork LicensingAuthor/Source Perhaps he shouldnt always be running … routine, their evening entertainment. Huang Fan. (1991). Lai Suo Michael S. Duke(Eds.) Worlds of modern Chinese fiction : short stories & novellas from the People's Republic, Taiwan & Hong Kong. (p.92). Armonk, N.Y. : Sharpe 26 This, according to the mainlanders … to undermine the ruling KMT. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (pp.144-5). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 28 This work is from Google map(https://maps.google.com.tw/) and used subject to the fair use doctrine of the Taiwan Copyright Act Article 52 and 65 by GET(https://maps.google.com.tw/ 30 As they made their escape, … Kuomintang hits rock bottom. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.156). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 31 Wikipedia Bradipus 2013/12/17 visited : This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right.

45 Copyright Declaration PageWork LicensingAuthor/Source 31 This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right : This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right : This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right : This work is licensed by for the use of Course Database of General Education TW ONLY. The copyright belongs to the above mentioned creator and we do not have the authorization right. 32 Just the day before, they had … thousand protesting investors. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.145). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 33 And the day before yesterday, … stone-that was what he wanted. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.145). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

46 Copyright Declaration PageWork LicensingAuthor/Source 34 After her investment in the stock market, …news, but was driven back to the kitchen. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.147). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 35 … Dingwu suggested going to the …anything to do with the tax on share profits. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.160). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 36 She was well and truly grounded …and missing desperately her days of communal life... Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.151). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 37 And then her cousin told her … Oriental Securities last week, Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.152). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 38 even though hed always … I bought into Taiwan Pineapple! Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.152). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong 39 The female protagonist took a flag with …those who support us. Chu Tien-hsin. (1989). Nineteen Days of the New Party Renditions No (p.157). Hong Kong : Research Centre for Translation, Chinese University of Hong Kong

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