Hoàng Tích Chu

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Hoàng Tích Chu
Born Hoàng Tích Chu (黄錫周)
(1897-01-01)1 January 1897
Phù Lưu village, Từ Sơn district, Bắc Ninh province, Tonkin, Flag of Colonial Annam.svg Indochina
Died 25 January 1933(1933-01-25) (aged 36)
Khâm Thiên street, Hanoi, Tonkin, Flag of Colonial Annam.svg Indochina
Occupation Journalist
Nationality Flag of Colonial Annam.svg Indochina
Citizenship Tonkin
Genre Reporting
Editorial
Partner Vương Thị Phượng[1]
Madame Đốc Sao[2]

Hoàng Tích Chu (Chinese: 黄錫周, 1897 - 1933) was a Vietnamese journalist[3].

Biography[edit]

Hoàng Tích Chu was born on 1 January 1897 at Phù Lưu village, Từ Sơn district, Bắc Ninh province. His pennames were Kế Thương, Hoàng Hồ, Văn Tôi[4].

Hoàng Tích Chu had various hairstyles during his lifetime. He was most recognized as an outstanding journalist. Nevertheless, the Journalist was particularly known for his exceptional looks and his charming character. Before his tragic passing at the age of 36 he was often in the spotlight of the press due to his fine haircuts.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Cô Đốc Sao - Gái đĩ chung thủy nhất Hà thành
  2. ^ Chữ nho bà đốc
  3. ^ David G. Marr Vietnamese Tradition on Trial, 1920-1945 1984 Page 164 "Only in the 1930s were authors able to support themselves, at least in part, through sale of their fiction or poetry A still different influence was exerted by Hoang Tich Chu (1897-1932), who brought back from France the model of the journalist as aggressive but politically non-committed professional, totally dedicated to digging out the facts and writing them up ......"
  4. ^ Hy V. Luong Postwar Vietnam: Dynamics of a Transforming Society 2003- Page 263 "Linguistically, the movement begun by Hoang Tich Chu to communicate in spartan sentences, with the least possible ambiguity, exerted a lasting impact on both written and spoken Vietnamese (Marr 1981: 164-65)."