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Hero Zheng Chengong (2002)
"Yingxiong Zheng Chengong" (original title)

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Zheng Chengong (as Wenzhou Zhao)
Qinqin Jiang ...
Xue Liang (as Ling Shui)
Zhiguo Du ...
Zheng Zhilong
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Gong's Mother
Shan Zhang
Min Xu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Wo-ping Chiao
Yan Chu
Chun Hsia
Yuan-chi Hsu
Ching-shi Hu
Chun-song Li
Dingbao Li
Lian Lien
Du Lin
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2 November 2002 (Japan)  »

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The Sino-Dutch War 1661  »

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Nationalistic propaganda
30 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie is a nationalistic propaganda loved by China, because it is about Taiwan.

The island of Taiwan was taken by Dutch, taking advantage of the corrupted and collapsing Ming Dynasty, which soon collapsed under Manchu attack. The protagonist, Cheng-Gong Zheng, a loyal subject of Ming Dynasty wanted to use Taiwan as base to restore the Ming dynasty in China, so he fought with Dutch and took back Taiwan, and since the 2000 presidential election of Taiwan resulted in putting the pro-independent candidates into presidential office, this propaganda served China well in advocating the unification of Taiwan, and that's why Chinese government had its full support to Hong Kongers who made this movie.


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