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Taiwanese in America

Following the breakout of the New Taiwanese Cinema in the 1980s, two directors, Sylvia Chang and Ang Lee, brought the acute sensibility of the movement to the United States, telling compassionate tales of immigration and cultural assimilation. Chang, already an established actor and director, made one of her strongest films with Siao Yu, striking a delicate balance by bringing together...

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  • PUSHING HANDS

    Ang Lee 1991
  • SIAO YU

    Sylvia Chang 1995