Taiwan's China Film Company has also worked closely with Hong Kong's Shaw Brothers to release a number of popular Chinese classic blockbusters. Many Kuomintang supporters attribute this to Chiang Ching-kuo's enlightened policies, which allowed Taiwan's entertainment industry to quickly take over and expand through the capitalist market of Hong Kong and overseas Chinese. However, people have also overlooked one point, that is, the vast majority of veteran Hong Kong and Taiwan entertainers are actually "cultural traitors" as defined by the post-war Nationalist government.
Because the Nationalist government retreated to the southwest inland area during the Anti-Japanese War, the coastal areas represented by Shanghai photo color correction services were fully occupied by the Japanese army, but the coastal areas were the core base for the development of China's entertainment industry before the war. In the early days of the Anti-Japanese War, patriotic artists could still hide in the British and American concessions, where they continued to shoot anti-Japanese films, such as the 1938 version of "Eight Hundred Heroes", on the so-called "isolated island". However, after the outbreak of the Pacific War, the Japanese army directly advanced into the concession, and all the patriotic artists in "Isolated Island" faced a key choice in their lives, that is, they should accept the arrangement of the.
Military Statistics Bureau to flee to the rear, or stay in Shanghai to replace Wang Jingwei's regime. China United Production Co., Ltd. made a film to promote the "Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere". However, the national government ruled area during the Anti-Japanese War was located in the southwestern border, which was not a good market for filming, so most of the artists decided not to live with their own business and joined the Wang Jingwei regime collectively. According to Zeng Zhongying, an old artist interviewed by the author, although some patriotic artists chose to go to the rear to support the Anti-Japanese War based on national feelings, they soon regretted that they could not receive the filming business.