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Title: 从黄子华的 "栋笃笑" 看香港人的身份认同以及中港关系 = Dayo Wang's stand-up comedy, Hong Konger's identity and Hongkong-China relations
Authors: 苏伟婷 Soo, Wee Tin
Keywords: Humanities::Drama
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: 苏伟婷 Soo, W. T. (2021). 从黄子华的 "栋笃笑" 看香港人的身份认同以及中港关系 = Dayo Wang's stand-up comedy, Hong Konger's identity and Hongkong-China relations. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: 所谓“北有郭德纲,南有黄子华”。 黄子华作为香港“栋笃笑”的鼻祖,在1990年开启了他人生中的第一场栋笃笑后,便一炮而红。之后的每一部栋笃笑演出更是深入香港市民的心。他总是能够通过戏谑的语言将中港关系、香港政治、社会、经济等问题表现出来,并且引来观众们的深思。黄子华在回归前的作品《跟住去边度》以及《秋前算账》诉尽了香港市民对于归回惶恐不安的情绪,而这些对于政治的调侃如今却成为香港社会局面的神预言。虽然在香港回归后,黄子华的作品基本不再以中港关系作为栋笃笑的主题,但是在他2014年的《唔黐线唔正常》以及2018年的《金盆𠺘口》,仍然可见他将中港关系的议题穿插在表演中。因此本文希望能通过黄子华的作品来分析香港人的身份认同以及“一国两制”如何影响中港的关系。As a forefather of stand-up comedy in Hong Kong, Dayo Wang catapulted to fame after his first stand-up comedy in 1990. His subsequent shows further captured the hearts of many Hong Kong citizens. Through the use of satirical language, his shows ingeniously expressed Hong Kong’s political, social and economical issues, as well as the relationship between China and Hong Kong, which trigger audiences to ponder over them. Before the hand-over of Hong Kong to China, Wang’s works, What’s next? and Settlement before autumn bewailed the uneasiness and fear felt by the Hong Kong citizens towards the hand-over. These political satire then eventually became an astonishing prophecy that came true. Though Wong’s stand-up comedy steered away from China-Hong Kong’s relationship after the hand-over, traces of such topic is still evident in his work titled Not Crazy Not Normal , published in 2014, and Jin Pen Lang Kou published in 2018.
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