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Tintin och Milou fortsätter sin asiatiska resa till Shanghai i Kina för att försöka lösa mysteriet med farao Kih Oskhs cigarrer Tintin räddar den lille pojken Tchang Tchong Jen från att drunkna och de blir goda vänner Jakten på narkotikaligan le. After Tintin s travels in the Middle East and India he continues his investigation into the the mysterious drug running organisation with the trial running into China Set just prior to the Japanese invasion of Manchuria for the first time Herg drops his European views and actually shows sympathy for the oppressed Tintin teams up with the local Chinese to try and defeat the opium druglords and Japanese oppressors He also dispels myths commonly held by Western society of the time which vilified the Chinese That s not to say this book is stereotype free Most of the Japanese are stereotypically depicted with glasses and buck teeth but at least this time the villains actually were the villains Onwards and upwards with Tintin

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Le lotus bleu

Der dem till tillhållet Blå lotus där det står klart att skumma saker försiggår Hergé träffade Tchang på riktigt under sitt arbete med Blå lotus och deras vänskap kom att betyda mycket för honom; den öppnade hans ögon på flera sätt och ga. Written in 1936 The Blue Lotus is the seuel to the colourful Cigars of the Pharaoh In the Cigars of the Pharaoh Tintin has almost succeeded in smashing an international gang of drug traffickers managing to capture all of them except the leader who mysteriously crashes over a ravineHis further investigations lead him to China then under threat from Japanese agressionTintin comes up against a madman infected with a dart that sends the recipient insane enraged British colonists out for revenge after having been humiliated by Tintin and the Japanese army with the chief villain of the piece being Japanese businessman MitsuhiratoThis album drew protest form the Japanese government of the time and was praised by Chiang Kai Shek President of the Republic of ChinaHowever it was banned by China s Communist regime until 1984 due to some of their own insane Maoist reasoning and even then was still chopped up and heavily editedOther albums having been banned by the Communist dictatorship in China where Tintin in tibet for recognizing tibetan culture Tintin in the Land of the Soviets for exposing Communismand Tintin in the Congo Colonialist

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V honom ökad respekt för andra kulturer Tintin som tidigare varit en representant för gängse uppfattningar börjar nu aktivt bekämpa fördomar Detta visar sig tydligt i kommande böcker där Hergé också varit medveten om vikten av noggrann researc. This installment of the adventure of Tintin takes us to Shanghai and into the heart of an opium den The fight that began against the mysterious drug smuggling organization in the Cigars of the Pharaoh continues here Tintin faces many perils here too but ultimately triumphs by catching those responsible including the ringleader He is none other than Rastapopulous Well I knew that all along This was a fun read The historic setting and Herge s own political and social perspectives added to the enjoyment of the story The series is picking up from somewhat a lagging start Looking forward to reading the next installments


10 thoughts on “Le lotus bleu

  1. says:

    Le Lotus Bleu The Blue Lutos Tintin #5 Hergé The Blue Lotus is the fifth volume of The Adventures of Tintin the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé Continuing where the plot of the previous story Cigars of the Pharaoh left off the story tells of young Belgian reporter Tintin and his dog Snowy who are invited to China in th

  2. says:

    After Tintin's travels in the Middle East and India he continues his investigation into the the mysterious drug running organisation with the

  3. says:

    This time Tintin visits China and makes a short trip to India as well The Blue Lotus refers to an opium den by the name Tintin is called to Shanghai but when he starts sniffing out a drug trading ring he is in danger The book is also a strong indictment of the Japanese occupation of China Hergé was highly influenced by one of his Chinese friends in the writing of this bookThe stereotypical Chinese is fully represented in the story But the

  4. says:

    Written in 1936 The Blue Lotus is the seuel to the colourful Cigars of the Pharaoh In the Cigars of the Pharaoh Tintin has almost succeeded in smashing an international gang of drug traffickers managing to capture all of them except the leader who mysteriously crashes over a ravineHis further investigations lead him to China then un

  5. says:

    This the fifth entry in the Tintin series is the first one with anti racist content Much of the essence of this story is Orientalist and the presentation of both Chinese and Japanese characters is crude caricature However it is refreshing to see Tintin politely but firmly stand up to a racist British settler Your conduct is disgraceful sir

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    Truly a uniue series; adventure based on historic eventsI can not think of a better series to help 'unplug' the youth of today and encourage them to read a good book The tension between Japan and China in the early 30's is presented in a realistic way of particular interest is the portrayal of opium dens and thei

  7. says:

    Written around 1934 as a seuel to 'Cigars of the Pharaohs' in the 'Blue Lotus' Tintin's vacation in India is interrupted and he ends up in China during the time of Japanese occupation and in the midst of opium trafficking Herge includes many real historical events of that time in this story

  8. says:

    Tintin with his dog Snowy travel the world fighting injustices and solving mysterious cases A fun comic book and might I add one of the very very very few clean ones for kids I definitely see why this has become a classic the world overAges 8Cleanliness phrases such as good gracious golly crikey great snakes and the like are sprinkled in the books Because Tintin is fighting crime there are drug lords and references to

  9. says:

    This installment of the adventure of Tintin takes us to Shanghai and into the heart of an opium den The fight that began against the mysterious drug smuggling organization in the Cigars of the Pharaoh continues here Tintin faces many perils here too but ultimately triumphs by catching those responsible including the ringleader He is none other than Rastapopulous Well I knew that all along This was a fun read The historic setting

  10. says:

    The Blue Lotus is a special one for a few reasons it’s got a pretty fantastic cover and some wonderful large panels especially when entering towns and perhaps most important to the history of Tintin the introduction of Chang – who becomes vital to a future adventureAnother twisty tale with some great double bluffs perhaps the most impressive thing about this one is the changes Herge makes to his research The setting is much a