1980s NEWS
The Eleventh Hour - Show #140 Topic: Revolution by Fax Guests: Xie Wen-PhD Candidate at Columbia Univ; Neil Postman and Jay Rosen-NYU School of Journalism; Everett Dennis-the Gannett Center for Media Services at Columbia University Description: Explores how Chinese students in the US (in the late 1980's) are using the fax machine and telephones to transmit American news reports on the plight of their country to their comrades at home. Host Robert Lipsyte speaks with Chinese students in NY about the process by which information is received from and sent to China, and media analysts discuss the implications of the "revolution by fax" (the very beginnings of the implications of communication technology). Original Broadcast Date: 6-8-89
An Eye on the World: [issue of November 14, 2022]
LCI
AFP-51AI 16mm
THE HUNTER 2
China Protesters (1999)
The Free China Movement and Campaign for Tibet hold rallies to protest the policies of the Chinese government.
CHINESE FACTORY WORKERS
Unused / unissued material - dates and locations unclear or unknown. <br/> <br/>L/S soldiers marching along road and past barrier into military compound. Various shots men building / servicing United States Air Force aeroplanes (P40? Mitchells? DC3?). Various C/Us man pointing at bullet holes and scorch marks on aeroplane body. Various shots man (American GI) working on planes inside aircraft hangar, some of the workers are of South East Asian / Oriental origin (probably not Chinese). One of the planes is named "The Ripper". Various shots men leaving compound. <br/> <br/>Location unknown - looks like base in South Pacific? Could be Hawaii?
Chinese government puts speedy cruisers into service to stop smuggling and the river pirates in Yangtze River
Chinese government puts speedy cruisers into service to stop smuggling and the river pirates in Yangtze River. Chinese cruiser fires on a smuggling boat in sea. Location: China. Date: August 12, 1936.
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: MUNICH, WEST GERMANY TITLE: CHINESE REFEREES SERVICED DATE: 05/22/76 NO: LNC 72894 DATE SHOT: 05/21/76 LENGTH: 38FT SECONDS: 1.01 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL:
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: MUNICH, WEST GERMANY TITLE: CHINESE REFEREES SERVICED DATE: 05/22/76 NO: LNC 72894 DATE SHOT: 05/21/76 LENGTH: 38FT SECONDS: 1.01 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL: FILM SHOWS: CHINESE FOOTBALL OFFICIALS WATCHING WEST GERMAN PLAYERS IN TRAINING LEAD IN: A GROUP OF CHINESE EXPERTS ON THE SPORT OF ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL IS VISITING WEST GERMANY, HOLDER OF THE WORLD CUP CHAMPIONSHIP, TO STUDY THE FINER POINTS OF THE GAME. FEET R/SECS 2 3 GV TRAINING 8 13 MCU TRAINER SCHOEN WITH PLAYERS 12 19 MS CHINESE WATCH 23 37 GV TRAINING (3 SHOTS) 27 43 MS CHINESE (2 SHOTS) 29 46 MS PLAYERS EXERCISE 31 50 MS CHINESE 38 1.01 MS TRAINER SCHOEN GREETS CHINESE COMMENTARY: THE VISITING CHINESE SPENT FRIDAY (21 MAY) IN MUNICH, WATCHING WEST GERMANY'S FOOTBALL STARS IN TRAINING UNDER THE NATIONAL TEAM'S MANAGER, HELMUT SCHOEN. AMONG THE TOP PLAYERS IN THE TRAINING SESSION WERE FRANZ BECKENBAUER, ULI HOENESS AND BERTIE VOGTS. THE INVITATION TO CHINA TO SEND A GROUP OF SPORTING OFFICIALS TO EUROPE FOLLOWED A SIMILAR VISIT WEST GERMAN SPORTSMEN MADE TO CHINA SOME MONTHS AGO. THERE WERE SIX VISITORS, THREE OF THEM FORMER CHINESE NATIONAL PLAYERS WHO ARE NOW COACHES. THE DELEGATION IS LED BY THE SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE CHINESE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION, CHEN CHIA LIANG. HE AND HIS COLLEAGUES HAVE ALREADY SEEN SEVERAL OF WEST GERMANY'S TOP TEAMS IN ACTION.
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: NEW DELHI TITLE: ANTI - CHINESE DELHI SERVICED DATE: 03/12/78 NO: LNC 91281 DATE SHOT: 03/10/78 LENGTH: 28 FT SECONDS: 45 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL:
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: NEW DELHI TITLE: ANTI - CHINESE DELHI SERVICED DATE: 03/12/78 NO: LNC 91281 DATE SHOT: 03/10/78 LENGTH: 28 FT SECONDS: 45 SOUND: NATSOF DATE OF ARRIVAL: FILM SHOWS: TIBET REFUGEES DEMONSTRATING OUTSIDE THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN NEW DELHI: SHOTS OF EMBASSY AND INDIAN TROOPS GUARDING IT. LEAD IN: TIBETAN REFUGEES STAGED A PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION OUTSIDE THE CHINESE EMBASSY IN NEW DELHI ON FRIDAY (10 MARCH). THE DEMONSTRATIONS, MARKING NINETEENTH UPRISING DAY COINCIDED WITH THE VISIT TO INDIA BY A CHINESE GOODWILL DELEGATION. INDIAN TROOPS MOUNTED A STRONG GUARD AT THE EMBASSY. FEET R/SECS 2 3 GV TROOPS OUTSIDE EMBASSY 3 5 MS EMBASSY PLAQUE 9 14 GV PAN DEMOS AND POSTERS 14 22 MS DEMOS (2 SHOTS) 16 26 MS DEMO BANNER 19 30 MS TROOPS 28 45 GV DEMOS COMMENTARY: SOME 500 TIBETANS, INCLUDING WOMEN AND CHILDREN TOOK PART IN THE DEMONSTRATION. INDIAN STUDENT SUPPORTERS WERE ALSO PRESENT. THE DEMONSTRATORS MARCHED ON THE EMBASSY CHANTING ANTI- CHINESE SLOGANS AND WAVING BANNERS. THERE THEY WERE MET BY A RING OF TROOPS SEALING OFF THE APPROACH TO THE EMBASSY. SOME OF THE DEMONSTRATORS TRIED TO BREAK THROUGH CORDONS BUT WERE DISSUADED BY THEIR LEADERS. AMONG THE PROTEST BANNERS WAS ONE READING: "NEW DELHI BEWARE CHINESE DIPLOMACY" - A DIRECT REFERENCE TO THE VISITING DELEGATION WHICH HAS SINCE SINCE AN AGREEMENT TO SETTLE THE LONG-STANDING BORDER DISPUTE BETWEEN THE TWO COUNTRIES. THE DEMOS LEFT AFTER POSTING A MEMORANDUM ON TO THE EMBASSY PLAQUE AND BURNING THE CHINESE FLAG.
Stage 3: what will it change
France 5
( UN TRANSLATION SERVICES IN ACTION )
Unissued / unused material. <br/> <br/>French newsreel item. <br/> <br/>Title reads: "Les Coulisses de L' O.N.U.". <br/> <br/>United Nations Organisation translation service in action, Palais de Chaillot, Paris, France. <br/> <br/>L/S Palais de Chaillot with fountains playing in foreground. General view of the UNO General Assembly in session. M/S French President Vincent Auriol addressing the assembly (natural sound of speech in French). General view of assembly. <br/> <br/>Panning shot interpreters' cubicle. C/U Spanish interpreter translating Auriol's speech into Spanish (natural sound). M/S Polish interpreter's cubicle. C/U Polish interpreter (natural sound). L/S assembly with Auriol speaking. C/U person in audience switching on listening apparatus. <br/> <br/>C/U interior of interpreter's booth. C/U interpreter adjusting his dials. Various shots Chinese interpreter at work (natural sound). Various shots English interpreter at work. <br/> <br/>M/S press reporter leaving the assembly, still wearing his headphones. M/S reporter having drink in bar whilst still listening to UNO assembly meeting. <br/> <br/>Date given on old record is 02/12/1948. <br/> <br/>Note: no commentary, soundtrack is natural sound only.
Chinese woman pick tea leafs and a tracking radar in Taiwan.
First Nike-Hercules missile service in Taiwan. Chinese woman picking tea leafs in a tea garden. IFC area on a hill with radar tracking antenna. A Chinese woman in a conical hat picks tea leafs. Location: Taiwan. Date: March 4, 1961.
Adv - Week - Ahead (04/09/1999)
TROUBLE IN THE BALKANS WILL TOP THE AGENDA IN WASHINGTON THIS WEEK, BUT CONGRESS IS BACK IN SESSION AND THERE ARE OTHER THINGS GOING ON IN WASHINGTON. INCLUDING MORE TALK OF TAX REFORM, JUST IN TIME FOR APRIL FIFTEENTH. PAT ROGERS HAS A LOOK AHEAD AT WHAT'S COMING UP IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL NEXT WEEK.
AFP-79-I 35mm VTM-79-I Beta SP
WHAT'S NEW IN THE SERVICE
WORLD BISHOPS MEET AT CANTERBURY aka BISHOPS MEET AT CANTERBURY
Canterbury, Kent. <br/> <br/>MS Throng of bishops on railway station platform. LS Cathedral. MS Pan down cathedral (Poor quality). CU Dr. Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury processes in through door of the Cathedral. MS Bishops in procession in the Cathedral grounds. MS Angle shot of the Cathedral. (2 shots). MS Towards camera. Dr Fisher (?) in procession. CU Bishops in procession in Canterbury town. CU Pan across faces of several bishops. CU Australian sign, pan down to procession. CU Bishops' procession. CU A bishop walking briskly towards camera. CU American bishop panning with his film camera. LS Cathedral seen through arch. CU Statue outside cathedral, pan to bishop looking up at it. MS Bishops walking in Canterbury's street. CU Asian or Chinese bishops alighting from train. CU Bishops. CU Greek archbishops. MS Bishops alighting from train.(4 shots). MS Rear view, Greek archbishops entering Cathedral. CU Greek archbishop. MS and LS Bishops in procession in the cloisters. CU Australian sign "Missionary Dioceses of the Middle East" pan to procession. <br/> <br/>MS Pan along procession entering cathedral. CU Pan up Greek bishops. CU Sign, "Missionary Dioceses of West Africa," pan to procession including black Bishops. CU Pan down Cathedral. MS Rear view, procession entering cathedral. CU Bishops. Dr Fisher walking in procession. LS Various shots of the service in the cathedral, including the congregation, the choir, high shots of the nave, the vaulted ceilings. CU Pan up Dr Fisher, standing at the door of the Cathedral, with choirboys behind. MS Canterbury Cathedral. <br/> <br/>Cuts 48/55. <br/>Note: "Date received" on original paperwork reads: 5/7/48.
Dog meat festival: the Saint-Barthélemy of the youkis
Radio France: filmed programmes
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: LONDON TITLE: LONDON - CHINESE SERVICED DATE: 02/12/78 NO: LNC 90465 DATE SHOT: 02/12/78 LENGTH: 31F SECONDS: 0:50 SOUND: SOF DATE OF ARRIVAL:
NOTES: COL PRINT LOCATION: LONDON TITLE: LONDON - CHINESE SERVICED DATE: 02/12/78 NO: LNC 90465 DATE SHOT: 02/12/78 LENGTH: 31F SECONDS: 0:50 SOUND: SOF DATE OF ARRIVAL: FILM SHOWS: PROCESSIONS OF PEOPLE AND PAPER ANIMALS THROUGH LONDON AS THE CHINESE COMMUNITY CELEBRATES THE NEW YEAR LEAD IN: THIS WEEK, CHINESE COMMUNITIES IN THE FAR EAST AND THROUGHOUT THE WORLD CELEBRATED THE CHINESE NEW YEAR-- THE YEAR OF THE HORSE. AS IN EVERY YEAR, THE FESTIVITIES REACHED LONDON, WHERE CROWDS OF REVELLERS AND CURIOUS ONLOOKERS THRONGED THROUGH THE STREETS OF THE CHINESE QUARTER IN SOHO. FEET R/SECS 8 13 MS PROCESSION WITH ANIMALS AND CROWDS (2) 14 22 CU PAPER LIONS (2) 20 32 CU CHILDREN (2) 22 35 LS LIONS 28 45 MS BOY IN WINDOW PAN TO LION SWALLOWING MONEY 31 56 GV PROCESSION COMMENTARY: (UP SOUND MUSIC) THREE LIONS, LOOKING MORE LIKE DRAGONS, RODE THE STREETS OF SOHO SWALLOWING POUNDS NOTES, LEEKS AND CABBAGES GIVEN BY RESIDENTS TO ENSURE THEMSELVES GOOD LUCK AND PROSPERITY IN THIS YEAR OF THE HORSE. JUST IN CASE, MANY RESTAURANTS WERE OPEN AND MADE SURE THEY GOT OFF TO A PROSPEROUS START WITH THE BRISK TOURIST TRADE. CHINESE SUPERMAKRETS DID ALL RIGHT AS WELL, SELLING JARS OF STRANGE FOODS TO ADVENTUROUS HOUSEWIVES. THE LAST YEAR OF THE HORSE WAS IN 1966-- THE HEIGHT OF THE CHINESE CULTURAL REVOLUTION. THIS TIME HOROSCOPES PREDICT TACT AND DIPLOMACY WILL RULE THE DAY.
Pandas / China / News Conference (1999)
The National Zoo Giant Panda Team held a press briefing this morning on their eight-day trip to China aimed at collaborating with that country to create a safe and secure home for Pandas. The group is also working to move two of the Pandas from China to the Washington Zoo for breeding.
DN-LB-539 Beta SP
Universal Newsreel
Nike-Hercules missile being raised to firing position in Taiwan.
First Nike-Hercules missile service by Chinese Army in Taiwan. Nike-Hercules missile being raised into firing position at a base in Taiwan. Chinese troops within an enclosed area. Location: Taiwan. Date: May 1, 1961.
Why are the Chinese crazy about Colmar?
TF1 News (Private - August 1982 ->)
Draft Registration VNR
AFTER YEARS ON THE DECLINE, STATE DRAFT REGISTRATION RATES HAVE RISEN AS MUCH AS 8%. THE SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM WILL ANNOUNCE STATE-BY-STATE INCREASES AT A PRESS CONFERENCE IN WASHINGTON, DC. THE FEDERAL AGENCY WILL ALSO BE ANNOUNCING SPECIAL PARTNERSHIP OUTREACH EFFORTS TO YOUNG MEN IN URBAN AREAS AND RECENT IMMIGRANTS. REGISTRATION RATES
NOTES: COL KINE LOCATION: WASHINGTON TITLE: CARTER - CHINESE SERVICED DATE: 02/08/77 NO: UPITN NEW YORK 020823 DATE SHOT: 02/08/77 LENGTH: 27FT SECONDS: :45 SOUND: V - O SOF DATE OF ARRIVAL:
NOTES: COL KINE LOCATION: WASHINGTON TITLE: CARTER - CHINESE SERVICED DATE: 02/08/77 NO: UPITN NEW YORK 020823 DATE SHOT: 02/08/77 LENGTH: 27FT SECONDS: :45 SOUND: V - O SOF DATE OF ARRIVAL: CARTER MEETS CHIEF CHINESE ENVOY NOTE: PRESIDENT CARTER HAD HIS FIRST MEETING WITH THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA'S CHIEF ENVOY IN THE UNITED STATES THIS MORNING AT THE WHITE HOUSE. CORRESPONDENT DAVID GARCIA REPORTS VIDEO AUDIO HUANG CHEN AND CARTER :15 CARTER: "WE HAVE MADE GREAT SOF PROGRESS IN RECENT YEARS IN RE-CEMENTING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN OUR COUNTRIES AND I WANT TO SEE THAT STRENGTHENED VERY MUCH IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS." VARIOUS SHOTS HUANG CHEN HUANG CHEN EMPHASIZED IMPROVED AND CARTER :45 RELATIONS MUST BE BASED ON THE SHANGHAI COMMUNIQUE WHICH CONCLUDED THE TRIP TO CHINA BY PRESIDENT NIXON IN 1972. THE COMMUNIQUE FINESSES THE TAIWAN QUESTION, CONCLUDING BASICALLY THAT IT'S A MATTER TO BE SETTLED PEACEFULLY BY THE CHINESE THEMSELVES. PRESIDENT CARTER AGREED TO STAND BY THE COMMUNIQUE IN PURSUING BETTER RELATIONS WITH CHINA. DAVID GARCIA, ABC NEWS, THE WHITE HOUSE. TOTAL :45
Chinese mechanics remove fins of Nike-Hercules missile from crates in Taiwan.
First Nike-Hercules missile service in Taiwan. Chinese mechanics on top of crates carrying Nike-Hercules missile. They open the containers. Fins being removed from the crate under direction of Chinese 1st Lieutenant Lee Kuei Cheng. Chief Warrant Officer James Wheeler stands by. Location: Taiwan. Date: March 4, 1961.
Chinese and American technicians work on Nike missile before its launch in Taiwan.
First Nike-Hercules missile service by Chinese Army in Taiwan. Chinese soldiers wok on Nike missile. Chinese women at the bank of a pond as they wash clothes. Woman look up at the sky as they wash clothes. Chinese tea pickers work at a tea garden. Men and women wearing conical hats as they pick tea leafs. A man points towards the sky. Chinese and American technicians work on a Nike missile. They prepare the missile for launch. Location: Taiwan. Date: May 1, 1961.