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China rejuvenated? Governmentality, subjectivity, and normativity: the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games

Chong, P.L.G.

Publication date 2012

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the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Iskamp drukkers b.v.

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“Glamour of Sport —- The Event Capital [體育的風采: 盛事之都].” RTHK.

http://www.rthk.org.hk/special/beijingolympics/sports2008/ (accessed on Oct 16, 2009).

“Glamour of Sport —- Chinese Heritage [體育的風采: 體薈中華].” RTHK.

http://programme.rthk.org.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=tv/glamourofsport s3&p=4210 (accessed on Oct 16, 2009).

The Major Sports Events Committee [大型體育活動事務委員會] Website.

http://www.mevents.org.hk/en/about_introduction.php (accessed on Mar 25, 2010).

“Olympics Highlights [奧運回望].” 2008. October. RTHK.

http://programme.rthk.org.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=olympichighlights

&p=4296&m=archive&page=1&item=100 (accessed on Oct 16, 2009).

“Olympic Highlights — Sharing the Honor [奧運回望 — 榮譽共享].” 2008. Olympic Highlights, October 5. RTHK.

http://programme.rthk.org.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=olympichighlights

&p=4296&m=archive&page=1&item=100 (accessed on Oct 16, 2009).

“Olympic Highlights — The Glamour of the People [奧運回望 —人民的風采].” 2008.

Olympic Highlights, October 12. RTHK.

http://programme.rthk.org.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=olympichighlights

&p=4296&m=archive&page=1&item=100 (accessed on Oct 16, 2009).

Audiovisual Materials:

Who’s Who [对手]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on May 23, 2008 and last recording on August 5, 2008)

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Olympiad & China [我们的奥林匹克]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on July 21, 2008 and last recording on August 2, 2008)

Preparation for the Beijing Olympic Games [北京之路]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on June 19, 2008 and last recording on July 28, 2008)

Daily Reports about the Torch Relay [与圣火同行]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on April 20, 2008 and last recording on August 6, 2008)

Olympic ABC [奥运ABC]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on May 23, 2008 and last recording on August 5, 2008)

Special Sports Programme — Olympic Stories [体育人间特别节目奥运故事会]. 2008.

CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on Jun 19, 2008 and last recording on August 5, 2008)

The Sports World [体育人间]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on May 23, 2008 and last recording on July 21, 2008)

Living in the Olympic Year [体坛快讯人在奥运年]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on Jun 19, 2008 and last recording on August 5, 2008)

Sports News [体育新闻]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on July 9, 2008 and last recording on August 7, 2008)

Technology and Olympics [科技与奥运]. 2008. CCTV 5 Olympics. (First recording on Jun 30, 2008 and last recording on July 31, 2008)

Daily News [新闻联播]. 2008. CCTV1. (First recording on April 17, 2008 and last recording on Oct 23, 2008)

Olympics Approaching [奥运來了]. 2008. CCTV1. (First recording on April 19, 2008 and last recording on Aug 6, 2008)

CCTV9 Daily News Report. 2008. CCTV9. (First recording April 19, 2008 and last recording on August 7, 2008)

The Road to Glory — Sprint [光榮之路短跑]. 2008. CCTV 5. Recorded on July 28.

The One Man Olympics [一个人的奥林匹克]. 2008. DVD. The Beijing Forbidden City Film Company [北京紫禁城公司] and CCTV 6.

Dream Weaver [筑梦]. 2008. DVD. Directed by Gu Jun (顾筠)

.

The China Central Newsreels & Documentary Film Studio [中央新闻纪录电影制片厂].

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The City of Eternity [不朽之城]. n.d. DVD. Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall [北京规划展 览馆] and Chinese Science and Cultural Audiovisual Publishing House [中国科学

文化音像出版社].

Today’s Beijing [今日北京]. n.d. DVD. Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall [北京规划展览馆]

and Chinese Science and Cultural Audiovisual Publishing House [中国科学文化音 像出版社].

2008 Beijing Olympics [北京2008]. n.d. DVD. Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall [北京规划 展览馆] and Chinese Science and Cultural Audiovisual Publishing House [中国科

学文化音像出版社].

New Beijing [新北京]. n.d. DVD. Beijing Planning Exhibition Hall [北京规划展览馆] and Chinese Science and Cultural Audiovisual Publishing House [中国科学文化音像 出版社].

Glamour of Sports [體育的風采]. 2006–2007. December 26, 2006 – February 13, 2007.

RTHK.

Glamour of Sports — Events Capital [體育的風采盛事之都]. 2008. January 12 – March 15. RTHK.

Glamour of Sports — Chinese Heritage [體育的風采體薈中華]. 2008. July 5 – August 9.

RTHK.

“Olympic Highlights — Sharing the Honor [奧運回望 — 榮譽共享].” 2008. Olympic Highlights. October 5. RTHK.

“Olympic Highlights — The Glamour of the People [奧運回望 —人民的風采].” 2008.

Olympic Highlights. October 12. RTHK.

“One World One Dream [同一世界同一夢想].” 2008. Hong Kong Connection [鏗鏘集], May 3. RTHK.

“Beijing under the Influence of the Olympics [奧運下的北京].” 2008. Hong Kong Connection [鏗鏘集], August 10. RTHK.

Other Documents:

Lifeweek [三联生活周刊]. From July 21, 2008 issue 26 to September 8 issue 33 China Newsweek [中国新闻周刊]. August 4, 2008 issue 382 to September 1 issue 386.

“Li Ning: Beyond Our Century-old Dreams [李宁: 跨越世纪的梦想 Beyond Our Century-old Dreams].” 2008. Style and Olympic: The Development for China’s

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Olympic Sports Industry [奥运中国体育产业的梦想征途], Bazaar [時尚芭莎男 士] 276 (Jul): 88–99.

“Guo Jingjing: The Fatigue-looking Advertising Queen [郭晶晶: 审美疲劳的广告天后 Aesthetic Fatigue].” 2008. Special Report: The Secrets of Olympic Stars’ Wealth [奥 运明星的财富密码], Executive [经营者], 15–16 (August 15): 61.

Manual for Beijing Olympic Volunteers. (in English). 2006. By Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad. Beijing: China Renmin University Press.

Also available online: http://en.beijing2008.cn/upload/readerupdate/cover.pdf (accessed on Aug18, 2007).

The Beijing Olympic Games Guidebook for People in the Service Sector [北京奥运会窗口行业员工 读本]. 2006. Edited by The Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) [第29届奥林匹克运动会组织委员会], The

Propaganda Department of Beijing Municipal Party Committee [中共北京市委宣 传部], and The Capital Spiritual Civilization Construction Commission [首都精神 文明建设委员会办公室]. Beijing [北京]: Beijing Publishing Group [北京出版社 出版集团].

The Olympic Palm Book for Beijing Taxi [奧运北京的士掌中寶]. 2007. Edited by The Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport [北京市运输管理局], and Beijing

Zhongde Safe Driving Technology Development Company [北京中德安驾科技 发展有限公司]. Beijing [北京]: The Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport [北京市运输管理局], Beijing Zhongde Safe Driving Technology Development Company [北京中德安驾科技发展有限公司].

Operational Safety for Taxi Driver [的士運營安全北京]. 2007. Edited by The Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport [北京市运输管理局], and Beijing Zhongde Safe Driving Technology Development Company [北京中德安驾科技 发展有限公司]. Beijing [北京]: The Beijing Municipal

Commission of Transport [北京市运输管理局], Beijing Zhongde Safe Driving Technology Development Company [北京中德安驾科技发展有限公司].

Taxi [百姓]. 2008. By Transportation Administration of Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport [北京市运输管理局]. Beijing Traffic Broadcasting Services [北京交通 台]. Issues June, August, September.

Beijing Official Guide [北京指南]. 2008. By Beijing Foreign Cultural Exchanges Association [北京市对外交流协会], Information Office of Beijing Municipal Government [北 京市人民政府新闻办公室], Beijing Tourism Administration [北京市旅游局].

Beijing [北京]: Beijing This Month Publications [北京月讯杂志社].

http://store.btmbeijing.com/pdf-books/bog_e.pdf (accessed on Apr 19, 2009).

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