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Title: 新加坡华语戏剧对反黄运动(1953-1956)的回应与再现 = Responses and representations : anti-yellow culture movement (1953-1956) in Singapore’s Chinese-language drama
Authors: 梁海彬 Neo, Hai Bin
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Drama
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: 自1948年的紧急法令颁布后,黄色文化开始在本地社会趋于普遍。当时的黄色文化以脱衣舞、黄色书刊、小报、电影等形式出现在市面上,社会上的治安情况也每况愈下。 1953年10月发生的“庄玉珍事件”震撼社会,华校生自发发起反黄运动,除了反黄色文化,也旨在提倡健康文艺,因此为消沉许久的马华文艺景观带来新的面貌。 尤其是戏剧方面,原本萧飒的戏剧界这时候出现了大量的新人剧作家创作反黄剧,一些老一辈的剧作人重新执笔,校园内也出现戏剧研究会等组织,例如中正中学戏剧研究会,为马华史上的华语话剧奠定了基础。 The yellow culture became common in the Singapore society during the early 50’s ever since the declaration of the Malayan Emergency in 1948. The yellow culture existed in the forms of strip-tease shows, blue books, “mosquito papers”, films, etc. Social security was at its lowest during that period. In October 1953, the case of Miss Chong Geok Tin sparked off an “Anti-Yellow Culture Movement”, led by students from Chinese schools. The movement aimed to obliterate the “unhealthy” yellow culture and advocate “healthy” literature. This in the process brought Malayan’s literacy to new heights.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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