The story of 6 Chinese survivors of Titanic surfaced: prejudiced

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 The story of 6 Chinese survivors of Titanic surfaced: prejudiced


106 years ago, in the middle of April, the so-called never sinking Titanic giant ship hit the iceberg on its first voyage. It sank to the North Atlantic Ocean at 2:20 in the morning. About more than 1500 passengers were killed, and only 705 people were rescued. About 2224 passengers were killed. Chinas report on the Titanic sunken ship at that time Of the 705 people rescued, 6 of the Chinese survived. Recently, according to the South China Morning Post reported that at that time all survivors came to New York in the United States, but the United States federal government enacted the Chinese Exclusion Act full of racial discrimination (? ChineseExclusionAct), deliberately erased six true story, they forced landing in 24 hours to leave the United States, since then, the six is Chinese disappear in any record. Do they really leave the United States? Where did you go after leaving the United States? Was it back to the North American continent? These questions have never been answered, but there are claims that six people have been taken to Ellis Island (EllisIsland). They returned to the Atlantic in the early morning of the second day in the morning of Annetta and headed south for Cuba. At that time, eight Chinese on board used a three class ticket, and the names of the eight people were all written on it. In the rescue after landing the United States received inquiries in New York Ismay said, when the rescue ship left the Titanic, he found 6 Chinese hide under the seat. At that time, according to the data at the time, the lifeboat was guarded by an armed officer, and the unauthorized person had no chance of sneaking up. Just to strengthen his injury to men inflicted by evil persons of him as a gentlemans status, from Britains Yorkshire documentary director Jones (ArthurJones) believes that these rumors, speculation is unfair, is purely based on racial discrimination to the background. The picture is that Jones carried TheSix (six people) to win the 2017 French sunshine Documentary Film Festival Best Asian project award In 2012, Jones and his team launched a documentary film named TheSix. In 2017, the film won the best Asian project award for the French sunshine Documentary Film Festival. The six people is the story of six Chinese who have survived the Titanic wreck accident. We do not accept the reports and history that are now present. For a hundred years, the six Chinese were put in an unfair and unfair position, rather than a negative evaluation, rather than a direct accusation. And now, we shoot this documentary to tell their story correctly, Jones said in an interview with the Xinhua news agency in August last year. This month, the documentary is coming to an end. The director said that it will be released in China in May and appealed to micro-blog until the last moment before the exhibition, they would not stop searching for information about 6 Chinese survivors. In the process of looking for future generations, Jones found a pattern that the six survivors had never said about the shipwreck to their relatives in China. In the 1997 film Titanic, a survivor, Fang Lang (FangLang), was restored. At that time, he tied himself to a door and floated on the sea, and was found to be saved by the lifeboat that was returned before he was frozen stiff. But this part was cut off before the movie was officially released. Now, TomFong, who lives in Fang, Lang, Wisconsin, says his father never told him about this experience. Source of this article: cover news responsibility editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 This month, the documentary is coming to an end. The director said that it will be released in China in May and appealed to micro-blog until the last moment before the exhibition, they would not stop searching for information about 6 Chinese survivors. In the process of looking for future generations, Jones found a pattern that the six survivors had never said about the shipwreck to their relatives in China. In the 1997 film Titanic, a survivor, Fang Lang (FangLang), was restored. At that time, he tied himself to a door and floated on the sea, and was found to be saved by the lifeboat that was returned before he was frozen stiff. But this part was cut off before the movie was officially released. Now, TomFong, who lives in Fang, Lang, Wisconsin, says his father never told him about this experience.