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(eco)feminist interpellations of Chineseness in the work of Yuk King Tan, Cao Fei, and Wu Mali
Jane Chin Davidson

contrast, the tango music soundtrack functions as the backdrop for the interactions of Cao’s community – life is a dance, a tango, in the film’s summertime setting until the haze turns everyone into the ‘living dead.’ The egalitarian pose of the film points to a society that will all come to the same inevitable end from an environmental apocalypse, which does not discriminate, and by the same logic, the zombies, like the dead, are no longer part of a human system that privileges race, gender, or sexuality. Haze and Fog contributes to the dialectical dialogue on the

in Staging art and Chineseness