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new card listing supports environmental sustainability and green recycling consumption to enjoy 10% high feedback! Interview with Ou Daxu, author of "Survivors, Like Us": Education will change the way you see the world, and even change your relationship with your family To support ERROR means to support yourself Those unfamiliar with history, seeing the title of "Emperor's Capital Denji" for the first time, would never have imagined that it was based on the history of two actual theaters—Taiwan's Denji Pavilion and Hong Kong's Huangdu Theater. The Dianji Pavilion, which once appeared in the series "Glistening Shadows - Cinema in Everyone's Heart",
was shot by Hou Hsiao-hsien and was completed in 1938. It was jointly built by local gentry Chen Chen and others, hoping to introduce a second theater to Madou in Tainan. At that time, the Denkikan mainly screened black and white silent films, but those who could afford movie tickets were often wealthy or Japanese. Ten years later, Dianji Pavilion was renamed Dianji Theater due to operational problems. In addition to silent films and black and white films, it also staged puppet shows and singer-songwriters. At the other end of the sea, the Empire Theatre, led by the wealthy businessman Harry Odell, was completed in North Point, Hong Kong in 1952.