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  • Anna May Wong Must Die! Anna Chen | Anna Chen
    What they said Yellow Peril Orientalism Foot and Mouth Campaign RSC The Orphan of Zhao chronology Poetry Burger poetry video Chi Chi s Glorious Swansong poetry video Credit Crunch Suicide poetry video I Am Rich and You Are Poor poetry video Margaret Thatcher Died at the Ritz poetry video Poe poetry video Poetry videos The Chen Lexicon Yellowface pop up poetry video Reaching for my Gnu poetry book Writing Short stories All Greased Up and Nowhere to Go The Next Wave Home short story by Anna Chen Tube Love Journalism George Orwell a literary revolutionary Guardian New Internationalist magazine Sergei Eisenstein review of the revolution trilogy South China Morning Post On the Radio Chinese In Britain on BBC Radio 4 repeated October 2014 on R4 Extra Launch of the BBC R4 series Chinese in Britain 2007 presented by Anna Chen Press Contact Live Dates Anna May Wong Must Die pix Anna May Wong Must Die Anna Chen By Anna Published November 13 2011 Full size is 600 781 pixels Anna May Wong Must Die Anna Chen Anna May Wong Must Die Charles Shaar Murray Marc Jan Jefferies plus Wing Hong Li s back blue t shirt Photo by Jan Jefferies

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/anna-may-wong-must-die-pix/amwmd-ndt-anna13-600/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Anna May Wong Must Die: Charles Shaar Murray, Marc & Jan Jefferies, plus Wing Hong Li’s back (blue t-shirt) | Anna Chen
    Lammin What they said Yellow Peril Orientalism Foot and Mouth Campaign RSC The Orphan of Zhao chronology Poetry Burger poetry video Chi Chi s Glorious Swansong poetry video Credit Crunch Suicide poetry video I Am Rich and You Are Poor poetry video Margaret Thatcher Died at the Ritz poetry video Poe poetry video Poetry videos The Chen Lexicon Yellowface pop up poetry video Reaching for my Gnu poetry book Writing Short stories All Greased Up and Nowhere to Go The Next Wave Home short story by Anna Chen Tube Love Journalism George Orwell a literary revolutionary Guardian New Internationalist magazine Sergei Eisenstein review of the revolution trilogy South China Morning Post On the Radio Chinese In Britain on BBC Radio 4 repeated October 2014 on R4 Extra Launch of the BBC R4 series Chinese in Britain 2007 presented by Anna Chen Press Contact Live Dates Anna May Wong Must Die pix Anna May Wong Must Die Charles Shaar Murray Marc Jan Jefferies plus Wing Hong Li s back blue t shirt By Anna Published November 21 2011 Full size is 600 450 pixels Anna May Wong Must Die Anna Chen In The Mirror Q A Lucy Sheen Anna Chen Bookmark

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/anna-may-wong-must-die-pix/amwmd-ndt02-600-2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • In The Mirror Q&A: Lucy Sheen & Anna Chen | Anna Chen
    Orphan of Zhao chronology Poetry Burger poetry video Chi Chi s Glorious Swansong poetry video Credit Crunch Suicide poetry video I Am Rich and You Are Poor poetry video Margaret Thatcher Died at the Ritz poetry video Poe poetry video Poetry videos The Chen Lexicon Yellowface pop up poetry video Reaching for my Gnu poetry book Writing Short stories All Greased Up and Nowhere to Go The Next Wave Home short story by Anna Chen Tube Love Journalism George Orwell a literary revolutionary Guardian New Internationalist magazine Sergei Eisenstein review of the revolution trilogy South China Morning Post On the Radio Chinese In Britain on BBC Radio 4 repeated October 2014 on R4 Extra Launch of the BBC R4 series Chinese in Britain 2007 presented by Anna Chen Press Contact Live Dates Anna May Wong Must Die pix In The Mirror Q A Lucy Sheen Anna Chen By Anna Published November 14 2011 Full size is 800 600 pixels Anna May Wong Must Die Charles Shaar Murray Marc Jan Jefferies plus Wing Hong Li s back blue t shirt Photo by Louise Whittle Q A session with Veronica Needa Lucy Sheen and Anna Chen after Anna May Wong Must Die

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/anna-may-wong-must-die-pix/lucyanna-qa01/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Madam Miaow's Culture Lounge returns to the St Ives Arts Festival
    of my novelisation of the The Steampunk Opium Wars The Camellia and the Poppy which I m having great fun writing I m also reading poetry from my brilliant and dangerous book Reaching for my Gnu published in Kindle and paperback I m joined by the super talented Charles Shaar Murray and Marc Jefferies who ll be providing musical accompaniment and in the case of CSM reading his work as well In case you can have too much of a good thing the adorable Bob Devereux very funny Rob Barratt and the divine Steve Jones will be delighting our lovely audience with their spoken and sung words and music Should you find yourself in St Ives with time on your hands and a taste for a bit of kulcher among friends then come and join us for the evening Tickets should be avaiable on the door if they haven t sold out this is the festival and that does happen Advance tickets from The St Ives Visitor Centre The Guildhall Street An Pol St Ives Cornwall TR26 2DS 7 30pm Saturday 14 September 2013 St Ives Arts Club Westcotts Quay St Ives Cornwall TR26 2DY 8 50 Tickets from The St Ives Visitor Centre 0905 252 2250 or on the door if there are any left BYO drink Look out for us at the Café Art where Charles Shaar Murray and I will be reading one early evening exact date to be confirmed The Drill Hall Chapel Street St Ives TR26 2LR We ll also be reading and playing at Bob Devereux s lunchtime Poetry in the Square sessions in Norway Square About Anna Writer performer and broadcaster View all posts by Anna This entry was posted in Charles Shaar Murray Event Live performance Music Poetry Reaching for my Gnu St Ives Steampunk Opium Wars Theatre and tagged Madam Miaow s Culture Lounge Bookmark the permalink Charles Shaar Murray s Hothouse Journalism writing course returns to Camden in September Anna s Resonance 104 4FM series starts 15th October Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website MADAM MIAOW S CULTURE LOUNGE on RESONANCE FM Listen to all the programmes in Anna Chen s Resonance FM series Reaching for my Gnu Reaching for my Gnu Anna s collection of poetry is available at Amazon as an eBook and paperback US readers can buy the ebook here Resonance 104 4FM Radioplayer Madam Miaow Says Anna Chen s Orwell Prize shortlisted blog Anna May Wong Must Die Anna Chen s funny fabulous one woman show a personal journey through the life and crimes of Hollywood s first Chinese screen legend with satire songs and a few laughs Anna s blog FAREWELL David Bowie from a longtime Bowie fan RIP David Bowie IS V A launch party review music event of the year 2013 Understanding the viciousness of the anti Corbyn tendency shades of the Paris Commune Heaven Sent Doctor Who episode

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/madam-miaow-st-ives-arts-festival/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Anna Chen on Resonance FM | Anna Chen
    Palmerston The Camellia and the Poppy Were walking out in style Camellia said to Poppy I can get you high Camellia Sinensis Sharpens your senses Stimulates up your thinking With a little bit of drinking Focus you wake you up Look pretty in a china cup If you re looking for a perfect cup of tea Look at me me me Gonna get you high high high Gonna get you high Lordy Lordy laudanum Getting stroppy with the poppy Poppy looked at Cami Shook the sleep from her eyes A word to the wise I ll have you flying in the sky Hey Cami take a tea leaf from my book It ain t a sin If you cut my skin Mother s milk Soft as silk I take my powers from the moon Been round twice as long as you And at three thousand years old You ain t no spring chicken Poppy rose with the error of the tongues Poppy seen the ancient times Show it to you if you care to sup Suck it up suck it up suck it up up up Gonna get you high high high Gonna get you high Lordy lordy laudanum Getting stroppy with the poppy Poor poor kid A cup of cha is all you are I been around six thousand years Camped out in this Vale of Tears I seen it all You call that high I get to change worlds in here and out there I give you opium dreams I bring you pleasure I rid you of pain I gift you with treasure People have always wanted to get high Altered states has always been the way Want to soar in the sky Want to fly fly fly Shaman see visions Poet state of grace Celestial incisions Touch

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/theatre/the-steampunk-opium-wars/castportraits/sukey-anna01-359/ (2016-02-15)
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  • John Crow as Lord Palmerston | Anna Chen
    John Crow as Lord Palmerston By Anna Published June 2 2012 Full size is 359 450 pixels Anna Chen on Resonance FM Paul Anderson as Sir Jardine Matheson POEM After Kipling Apology the the First Opium War AFTER KIPLING APOLOGY FOR THE FIRST OPIUM WAR by John Crow Commodities and trade by such was Empire made To bring New Order to Old Worlds with rules to be obeyed With dividends and bribes and coolies pittance to be paid There must be no impediment to commodities and trade For in Bengal Bengali maidens labour late beneath the moon A milking of the poppy for to feed the hungry spoon Of a skinny Chinese coolie staggering his load beneath Who stops by at the Opium Den for a little light relief But in Canton an agent of the Ching a certain Lin Say Shoo Has seized our chests of opium and burned the buggers too Our trade impeded Commodities seized Something must be done Our coolies demand that Her Majesty s Government do forthwith annex Hong Kong For your coolie s as cool as any Cockney feller but if he don t get him his pipe There ll be fire works all over the Old Pearl river and Heaven knows what civil strife The Yellow Empire be washed away on a Red Tide of Revolution You mark my words Master Lin Then submit to a very British solution Supply and demand the capitalist keys to control the desires of the human We supply the hard drugs Your coolies do no more than simply demand and consume em Everyone s happy don t you see You ll no longer have to cajole em All chase dragon in harmony the perfect way to control em But Lin Say Shoo makes a hullabaloo He takes

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/theatre/the-steampunk-opium-wars/castportraits/sukey-johncrow-01-350/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Paul Anderson as Sir Jardine Matheson | Anna Chen
    John Crow as Lord Palmerston Louise Whittle as Queen Victoria POEM The Case For Free Trade POEM THE CASE FOR FREE TRADE By Paul Anderson Some years ago did Good Queen Bess A trade monopoly decree For Brits to trade from east to west From 1600 there was just The East India Company We were the agents of imperialist expansion And ran much of India in true business fashion For here were the goodies we could sell back in Blighty And here was a market that was really quite mighty We bought up the spices the cotton and silk And sold watches and trinkets and things of that ilk But India is only a part of our tale Our interests required us to maximise sales China which had an immense population Was an obvious target for benign exploitation The problem was this The wily Chinese Wanted to sell us nothing but tea They wouldn t accept any quid pro quo When we offered them baubles they just said no So the East India Company hit on a scheme It was a wee bit cunning and a wee bit mean After market research we worked out a plan Sell opium in Canton and run the main man The rich kids had become serious dopers But it wasn t a habit of the mass of no hopers The company changed that in a matter of years Creating millions of addicts by supplying cheap gear We all had to be just a tiny bit careful The deals that we did were the grey side of legal But the problem was simply the rules of the game Deregulation would make it all plain Now the monopoly s a thing of the past It s a free for all and we can t be the

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/theatre/the-steampunk-opium-wars/castportraits/sukey-paul-anderson-359/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Louise Whittle as Queen Victoria | Anna Chen
    Gnu poetry book Writing Short stories All Greased Up and Nowhere to Go The Next Wave Home short story by Anna Chen Tube Love Journalism George Orwell a literary revolutionary Guardian New Internationalist magazine Sergei Eisenstein review of the revolution trilogy South China Morning Post On the Radio Chinese In Britain on BBC Radio 4 repeated October 2014 on R4 Extra Launch of the BBC R4 series Chinese in Britain 2007 presented by Anna Chen Press Contact Live Dates CAST PORTRAITS POEMS Louise Whittle as Queen Victoria By Anna Published June 2 2012 Full size is 359 450 pixels Paul Anderson as Sir Jardine Matheson Hugo Trebels as Commissioner Lin Zexu POEM The Royal War Decree by Louise Whittle The Royal War Decree by Louise Whittle You see it is like this Sir Jardine Matheson a most meritorious man tells me that the Chinese are a race with a marvellous degree of imbecility avarice conceit and obstinacy The interruption of commercial intercourse of my subjects with China The affront to the dignity of both crown and crown agent will be met by the gallantry of my naval and military forces In achieving reparation and redress we will have uniform success I will most gladly mark with approbation the admirable conduct of all those meritorious persons who have by their strenuous efforts not worsen but brought about brilliant victory on China It will also be a source of much personal gratification of my unswerving need for intoxication to be induced by the sweet Morpheus charms of the opiate Please kind Sirs permit me to raise a tincture of Laudanum in remembering these fine graceful and good gentlemen who have risked life and limb to pursue the imperial domination of the Chinese un civilisation the necessities of the free trade must be

    Original URL path: http://www.annachen.co.uk/theatre/the-steampunk-opium-wars/castportraits/sukey-louisewhittle-359/ (2016-02-15)
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