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Moderate sagging and laxity of the skin in the cheeks, eyebrows, eyes, jowls and neck Younger patients with cheek and brow sagging caused by weakened muscles (ptosis) Effects of a previous face-lift or neck-lift are wearing off Patients with realistic expectations for the outcome of their thread-lift surgery Unsuitable candidates for thread-lift surgery include:

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Full Facial Brochure (1) 70%

practice frowning, raising your eyebrows, or squinting). This helps to work Dysport Cosmetic into your muscles. Although thought to help, it will NOT impact your treatment negatively if you forget to do this.

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20084 after hours 63%

I searched for his vestiges and, in his thick, bushy eyebrows, I recognized my own.

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creative symbols with numbers and letters rev. 63%

The first one also looks like the wisdom lines in between Ian's eyebrows.

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The classes at Bobbi Brown can teach you how to recreate this English supermodel's eyebrows (4,10) 17.

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Puzzle 4 63%

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IS ZHANG YIMOU A SELFORIENTALIST 61%

                IS ZHANG YIMOU A SELF­ORIENTALIST?            Lawson Jiang  Film 132B: International Cinema, 1960­present  February 5, 2016  TA: Isabelle Carbonell  Section D          Along with the rise of the Fifth Generation directors,1 the contemporary Chinese cinema  has gained more popularities on the international film festivals since the early 1990s. While these  films presenting the local Chinese culture are well received internationally, the Fifth Generation  directors, particularly Zhang Yimou, are often denounced for their self­Orientalist filmmaking  practice of selling films packaged with exoticized Chineseness to the Western audience. Based  on the belief that the interpretations on cinema can result differently according to various  ideological reading, the assertion that Zhang deploys Orientalism in his films can be a result of  misinterpretation. This article—through reviewing several books and journals about his 1992  film adaptation ​ Raised the Red Lantern​ —will explore how Zhang is perceived by various  Chinese and Hong Kong scholars in order to find out whether or not he is a self­Orientalist.  Zhang, the cinematographer­turned­director who began his career after graduated from  Beijing Film Academy in 1983, has been receiving both extreme acknowledgments and  criticisms on his films such as ​ Hero​  (2002), ​ House of Flying Daggers​  (2004), ​ Curse of the  Golden Flower​  (2006) from the Chinese film critics. On the one hand, Zhang is recognized as a  successful director of commercial productions; on the other hand, these commercial titles are  also criticized for their banalities due to the lack of depth in storytelling.2 ​ Hero​ , along with his  earlier work ​ Raise the Red Lantern​ ,​  ​ are criticized by some Chinese journalist as self­Orientalist  exercises catering the West. Despite ​ Red Lantern ​ astonishes many Western audience, the film, in  1   The  Fifth  Generation  refers  to   the  group  of  Chinese  directors began  their  filmmaking  since  the 1980s.  Some  of  the  notable  figures  are  Zhang  Yimou, Zhang Yimou, Feng Xiaogang, and Chen Kaige. Although the Sixth  Generation  emerged  in  the  mid­1990s,  some  the  Fifth  Generation directors  like  Zhang  Yimou  and  Feng  Xiaogang  continues their productions and has become more commercial­oriented in Mainland China.  2   I  found  a  brief comment  in  the  entry  page  of  ​ Hero  ​ on  Douban.com during  the  research,  it  goes  “Zhang,  you should stick back to your cinematography, but not directing.”    Lawson Jiang  1    the eyes of a native Beijinger, as Dai Qing3  comments, is “really shot for the casual pleasures of  foreigners [who] can go on and muddle­headedly satisfy their oriental fetishisms.”4  Dai, from a  native perspective, criticizes that ​ Red Lantern​ —though the red lanterns provide stunning visual  motif—represents a false image of China in terms of the mise­en­scene.   First, Dai notices the Zhang­ish Chineseness on the walls of the third wife’s room are  decorated with large Peking opera masks, which is a major symbol of Chineseness that did not  come into fashion until the 1980s and even then only among certain “self­styled avant­garde”  artists would like to show off their “hipness” through these mask decorations. The third wife  “would never have thought of decking her walls with those oversized masks,”5 hinting that  Zhang is the one who is responsible for this historical mistake in his production. Second, Dai  points out that Zhang has also made a fundamental—and the foremost—mistake on the portrayal  of the Master:  I  have  never  seen  nor  heard  nor  read  in  any   book  anything  remotely  resembling  the  high­handed and  flagrant  way  in  which  this “master”  flaunts  the details of  his sex life.  Even  Ximen  Qing,  the  protagonist  of  the  erotic Chinese  classic  ​ Jin  Ping  Mei  and  the  archetype  of  the  unabashedly  libidinous  male,  saw  fit  to  maintain  a discreet demeanor  in  negotiating  his  way  among  his  numerous  wives,  concubines,  and  mistresses,   and  even then he had to resort occasionally to sending a servant to tender his excuses.6   The speaking of one’s sex life has been treated as a taboo in Chinese society—a topic that  is forbidden to be brought up publicly—even in the present. As a result, such a portrayal of the  3  Chinese people who do not have an English name, in the English context, would usually have their names  sorted in the same order as they are in the Chinese context (family name goes first and given name goes after) In this  case, Dai Qing is referred by ​ Dai​  as Zhang Yimou is referred by ​ Zhang​ .   4   Dai  Qing,  “Raised  Eyebrows for  Raise  the Red Lantern.” Translated  by Jeanne Tai. ​ Public Culture 5, no.  2 (1993): 336.   5  Ibid., 335.  6  Ibid., 334.    Lawson Jiang  2    Master’s sex life, in a traditional sense, is a major flaw of the filmic setting. Dai understands that  it is inevitable for Zhang to exoticize and to sell the Chineseness to the Western audience as  Zhang is “a serious filmmaker being forced to make a living outside his own country,”  suggesting that it is worth the Chinese audience’s sympathy to some extent.7   Dai identifies herself as a person who belongs to the generation of Chinese whose  sensibilities have been “ravaged by the Mao­style proletarian culture,”8 Dai—along with her  generation who are not allowed and are unable to interpret films from other philosophical  perspective—can only seek extreme authenticities in films. “I know nothing about film theory,  cinematic techniques, auteurs, schools,” Dai declares in the first paragraph of her journal, “my  only criterion is how I respond emotionally to a film.”9 With the Mao­styled materialistic  influence, Dai’s generation can no longer enjoy any new fashions and trends that she labels as  “half­baked” and that the experiencing of new attempts of storytelling and filmic presentation as  “sensibility­risking.”10 To Dai’s generation, authenticity is the only criteria concerned in judging  a film. Whatever reflects the real Chineseness—the Chineseness that is culturally and historically  correct—is considered a good film. That is, authenticity provides emotional satisfactions. ​ Raise  the Red Lantern​ , unfortunately, fails to accomplish these two tasks, and the lack of  understanding on film theory limits Dai’s interpretation on ​ Red Lantern​ . She would have been  surprised that the red lantern motif that makes her raising eyebrows does far more than that: a  basic reading of the lantern, for example, can be viewed as a reinforcement of male authority,  while the color of red implies the state of purgatory that the wives suffer in the household—any  7  Ibid., 337.   Ibid., 336.  9  Ibid., 333.  10  Ibid., 336.  8   Lawson Jiang  3    of these symbolic implications can easily be identified by the younger generation of Chinese  audience. Dai’s demand on authenticities leads to a deviation from reading the theme, that what  she has observed from the film are only twisted cultural products; the exotic Chineseness  contrived by Zhang. Hence, Dai’s focus on reading the filmic setting rather than the theme  results in a biased comment denouncing Zhang as a self­Orientalist.  Jane Ying Zha, a Chinese writer from Beijing—the same city where Dai is from—adopts  a relatively moderate view on ​ Red Lantern​ . In her journal “Lore Segal, Red Lantern, and  Exoticism” Zha does not perceives the film as “a work of realism in a strict sense” as “some of  the details in the movie seem exaggerated, even false, to any historically informed and  realistic­minded audience.”11 That is, ​ Red Lantern ​ does not attempt, in any sense, to accurately  reflect the history of feudal China, but to present the woman’s suffering under the patriarchy in  the feudal context. The context functions as a “stage” assisting the director to achieve his  expression that is alterable to be set in modern China—while the notion of patriarchal oppression  is remain firmly unchanged.  Zha views the film as a formalistic exercise due to Zhang’s cinematographic expertise  built up earlier in his career, which shares a similar perspective with Rey Chow, who writes in  her book ​ Primitive Passions​ , “the symmetrical screen organizations of architectural details, and  the refined­looking furniture, utensils, food, and costumes in ​ Rain the Red Lantern ​ are all part  and parcel of the recognizable cinematographic expertise of Zhang and his collaborators.”12 Zha  is impressed by the camera work that deliberately avoid giving close­up to the Master as  “[Zhang] thought nothing of shooting the awkwardly melodramatic scenes from the eyes of a   Jane Ying Zha, “Lore Segal, Red Lantern, and Exoticism.” ​ Public Culture ​ 5, no. 2 (1993): 331.   Rey Chow, ​ Primitive Passions: Visuality, Sexuality, Ethnography, and Contemporary Chinese Cinema.  (New York: Columbia University Press, 1995), 143.  11 12   Lawson Jiang  4 

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Ealdama Monteses of Panay 1938 58%

are the other methods for beautifying themselves eyebrows.

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October News 57%

TwoFournews Meeting Point 80’s...

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EYE AVENUE 57%

Langford Quarpong • • • • • Christopher Wallace Asthmatic Got a girlfriend Stupid and Rare Times Pardon Me Christopher Wallace Am drawing the rules, laying down the revelations I want you to streamline the words in the note On the real I keep my palm wine lips tight And yet it pops out louder than a gunshot Welcome to the venue of the eye avenue The after life mentality, yes my name is Christopher Wallace So this one here is kinda psychiatric I know you feel this, blueprints of reversed verses Living once again, good spirits never die Always switching Souls, only at the Eye Avenue Asthmatic Beautiful and Asthmatic, she is a formula The moment of excite requires professorial works Or disaster ends the show prematurely Asthmatic and wears glasses, sensationally mathematical Wish I could predict the next call for the pump Maybe the drama in every event is pretty Very scary but sexy, love to watch you mourn for air Drain my lungs to be repaired , I will share oxygen with u Got A Girlfriend I love you girl but I got a girlfriend Another sweet like you only that she is more silly But let us keep us on the low I told her about us and she felt jealous So now when we take selfies please keep it to yourself We cannot be in the public eye, Jennifer might whisper a word to her hearing Never leave me for another guy tho, or you will kill me slowly You know my love for you won’t end but I got a girlfriend I want to keep loving you and her but I need your faith in me Am something else brought up in this world, a portion of my brain recycled Wear my shoes, take a moment to think like me And you might allow me to love two or maybe more Now I got a girlfriend, look in the mirror and you will see her lips and eyebrows Stupid and Rare Times Hope you remember the stupid and rare times The uncoloured days when we played like cartoons We went places where the rich can never afford And kept smiles we can easily remember in a new era Those were rare moments in time, when being stupid was fun Pardon Me You left me for him only to tear apart the best friendship in the world That broke my heart, I guess you saw the suicidal novel He left a pill for you too, He knows the broken pieces cannot be mended You could have chosen else where, so me and my friend don’t split But you gave him what was mine and he took unknowingly We were close friends, I should have introduced you from the beginning Thought I hid a treasure, but my Pandora box was unlocked Both of you should have waited to know I did to him unknowingly too Why rather let the pain push you beyond limits, now am left alone but I refuse to go Pardon me as I live to tell the story, we kept our jewels in the same safe And the end sucks, she also took a pill after I told her you were my right hand Three lives lost, Pardon me not, for I pardoned myself POEMS.2017.

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Home Inspection for Pat Waddoups 4202 Terrace View Dr.

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being realistic about working with1791 56%

and you are likely to elicit raised eyebrows and a knowing roll of the sight.

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Bro Nappin 2 53%

FADE IN: EXT.

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