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本片是越南票房名導陳友進（Tran Huu Tan）的最新劇情長片，改編三段越南家喻戶曉的都市怪談，也是越南影史首度推出的三段式恐怖電影。
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本片是越南票房名導陳友進（Tran Huu Tan）的最新劇情長片，改編三段越南家喻戶曉的都市怪談，也是越南影史首度推出的三段式恐怖電影。
越驚 The Rumors Next Door
出 品 國：Vietnam
發 行 商：采昌國際多媒體
◎ 越南影后拍《越驚》遭鬼糾纏 滿身淤泥竟遭潔癖老公冷戰2022-04-20
改編越南家喻戶曉都市怪談，並嚇破越南影史票房冠軍的《越驚》，即將在4月22日在台驚悚獻映。本片勇破600億（約新台幣7600萬）越南盾票房佳績，為陳友進（Tran Huu Tan）持續奠定票房名導地位。他透露自己從小就是台灣與香港鬼片的忠實粉絲，對於本片能在台灣上映更是欣喜。
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History of the Establishment of the Majapahit Kingdom
THE KINGDOM OF Majapahit was the last Hindu-Buddhist kingdom in the archipelago between the 13th and 16th centuries. In history, Majapahit is considered as one of the greatest empires, and its territory covers almost the entire archipelago. The Majapahit Kingdom was founded in 1293 by Raden Wijaya, son-in-law of Kertanegara, the last king of the Singasari Kingdom.
The peak of the kingdom’s success was during the reign of Hayam Wuruk, who ruled from 1350 to 1389. Under Hayam Wuruk’s reign, Majapahit succeeded in conquering Sumatra, the Malay Peninsula, Kalimantan,
Sulawesi, Nusa Tenggara, Maluku, Papua, Tumasik (Singapore) and several islands. Philippines. The kingdom also has ties to Kampa, Cambodia, Siam, southern Burma, Vietnam and China. The historical sources of the Majapahit kingdom can be found in the Negarakertagama, Pararaton, Kidung books, inscriptions and Chinese news.
A Brief History of the Majapahit Kingdom It is said that the beginning of the Majapahit Kingdom was established after the collapse of the Singasari Kingdom due to the Jayakatwang Rebellion in 1292 AD. The grandson of Kartanegara (the king of Singosari was defeated by Jayakatwang) who was under pressure, namely Raden Wijaya then fled. During his escape, he received help from Arya Wiraja. Raden Wijaya then made a small village in the Trowulan forest and named it the village of Majapahit.
This name is taken from the name of the Maja fruit that grows in the forest but has a bitter taste, related to Historia. Over time, the village grew and Wijaya was secretly strengthened by winning the hearts of the people from Tumapel and Daha. Raden Wijaya’s revenge was helped more quickly when Khubilai Khan’s troops arrived in 1293. After defeating Jayakatwang, Raden Wijaya attacked Khubilai Khan’s troops because they did not want to submit to the rule of the Mongol emperor. His coronation as king on the 15th of the month of Kartika in 1215 or on November 10, 1293 was the forerunner to the birth of the Majapahit kingdom. As king, Raden Wijaya has the title Kertarajasa Jayawardhana. The name Raden Wijaya has been given to honor his uncle, the founder of the Singasari Kingdom, as well as to honor his ancestors in Singasari.
Time of Success of the Majapahit Government
Although often rebellious in its early stages, the Majapahit kingdom grew into the largest kingdom in the archipelago. The heyday of the kingdom came when it was led by Hayam Wuruk (1350-1389 AD). The glory of Majapahit did not escape the role of Gajah Mada, the mahapatih who succeeded in crushing all rebellions and vowed to unite the archipelago.
During their 39 years in power, Hayam Wuruk and Gajah Mada had succeeded in making the Majapahit banner visible throughout the archipelago and even the Malacca peninsula. The Palapa Oath issued by Gajah Mada was implemented, with the Majapahit territory covering Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Nusa Tenggara Islands, Maluku, Papua, as well as Tumasik (Singapore) and parts of the Philippine Islands.
In addition, the kingdom also established relations with Campa (Thailand), Cambodia, Siam, southern Burma, Vietnam and China. Majapahit also had a formidable naval fleet under the leadership of Mpu Nala. Thanks to its military strength and strategy, Majapahit was able to create stability in its territory. From an economic perspective, Majapahit had become a trading center in Southeast Asia with exports of pepper, salt, and longan.
Kings of the Majapahit Kingdom • Raden Wijaya (1293-1309 AD) • Sri Jayanagara (1309-1328 AD) • Tribhuwana Tunggadewi (1328-1350 AD) • Hayam Wuruk (1350-1389 AD) • Wikramawardhana (1389-1429 AD) • Dyah Ayu Kencana Wungu (1429-1447 M) • Prabu Brawijaya I (1447-1451 M) • Prabu Brawijaya II (1451-1453 M) • Prabu Brawijaya III (1456-1466 M) • Prabu Brawijaya IV (1466-1468 M) • Prabu Brawijaya V (1468 -1478 M) • Prabu Brawijaya VI (1478-1489 M) • Prabu Brawijaya VII (1489-1527 M)
Majapahit Kingdom Center
As a large kingdom at this time, Majapahit was recorded to have moved the center of government three times. Three administrative centers remain in the East Java region. • Mojokerto The center of government or the capital city of the first Majapahit kingdom was located in the city of Mojokerto. At that time the capital was ruled by the first king, believed to be Kertarajasa Jayawardhana or Raden Wijaya. The location of the central government is said to be on the banks of the Brantas River. • Trowulan The center of government then moved to follow the leadership of Sri Jayanegara, the second king of the Majapahit kingdom. Jayanegara moved the center of government to Trowulan. At present, the city is 12 km from Mojokerto. The center of government in Trowulan has been running for a long time.
Daha Daha or called Kediri is currently the third city of the center of government of the Majapahit kingdom. The move of the Majapahit government center to Daha was closely related to internal problems in the kingdom and the threat from the Islamic kingdom, the Demak kingdom which was the first Islamic kingdom on the island of Java.
The collapse of the Majapahit Kingdom The Majapahit kingdom began to decline after the death of Gajah Mada and Hayam Wuruk. Since then, none of his successors are capable of managing the extent of Majapahit’s power. In addition, there are several factors that led to the collapse of the Majapahit Kingdom, including: • Many conquered territories broke away • There was a conflict over the throne • The Paregreg War broke out • The growing influence of Islam in Java The power of the Majapahit Kingdom really ended in 1527, after being conquered by the troops of Sultan Trenggana from the Sultanate of Demak. Since then, the remaining territory was taken over by the Sultanate of Demak.
Relics of the Majapahit Kingdom Even though it had collapsed several centuries ago, until now modern society can still see the remains of the Majapahit kingdom. Mute witnesses to the glory of Majapahit appear in various forms such as sites, temples, books, and architecture. Trowulan Site: As one of the centers of government, the Majapahit kingdom left many legacies such as the Wurare, Kudadu, Sukamerta, Balawi, Prapancasapura, Parung, Canggu, Biluluk, Karang Bogem, Katiden inscriptions. Temples: Tikus Temple, Bajang Ratu Temple, Wringin Lawang Temple, Brahu Temple, Pari Temple, Penataran Temple, Jabung Temple, Sukuh Temple, Cetho Temple, Wringin Branjang Temple, Surawana Temple, Minak Jinggo Temple, Rimbi Temple, Kedaton Temple, and Sumberjati Temple . The inscriptions include the Kudadu inscription, the Sukamerta inscription, the Prapancasapura inscription, the Wringin Pitu inscription, the Wurare inscription, the Balawi inscription, the Parung inscription, the Biluluk inscription, the Karang Bogem inscription, the Katiden inscription, and the Canggu inscription, the Jiwu inscription. (OL-13)