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Endangered civilizations, The Yi from Sichuan - Red, Yellow and Black
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directed by Leng Shan, fl. 1998 and Jean-Pierre Zirn, fl. 1996; produced by Pascal Bensoussan, fl. 1987, Samarka Productions and ArcH'Organisation, in Endangered civilizations (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 1998), 52 mins
Old Katohara is one of the last surviving 'Tousseuh', a title that used to be given by ancient Mandchu emperors to the governor of a province. Katohara remembers his past and the past of his people, the Yis. The Yis are a minority of Caucasian origin: farmers and cattle breeders nowadays, the Yis live in the remot...
directed by Leng Shan, fl. 1998 and Jean-Pierre Zirn, fl. 1996; produced by Pascal Bensoussan, fl. 1987, Samarka Productions and ArcH'Organisation, in Endangered civilizations (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 1998), 52 mins
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Endangered civilizations, The Qiang from Sichuan - Had I been a Shaman
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directed by Alain Bourrillon, fl. 1995 and Leng Shan, fl. 1998; produced by Pascal Bensoussan, fl. 1987, Telewizja Polska, Walewska Productions, Samarka Productions, ArcH'Organisation, Cinquiéme and F Productions, in Endangered civilizations (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 1998), 51 mins
Mr. Zhu is a Qiang, one of the oldest minorities in China. A few years back the young Zhu had decided to leave the hills of northern Sichuan to get a better education. A few years later, Zhu was appointed as the Director of Tourism in his own canton. He still has the will to understand and preserve the traditions...
directed by Alain Bourrillon, fl. 1995 and Leng Shan, fl. 1998; produced by Pascal Bensoussan, fl. 1987, Telewizja Polska, Walewska Productions, Samarka Productions, ArcH'Organisation, Cinquiéme and F Productions, in Endangered civilizations (Paris, Ile-de-France: 10 Francs, 1998), 51 mins
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To the Land of Bliss
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written by Wen-jie Qin, fl. 2002; directed by Wen-jie Qin, fl. 2002 (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2002), 47 mins
To the Land of Bliss is an intimate portrayal of the Chinese Pure Land Buddhist way of dying and living. In 1998, the filmmaker/anthropologist Wen-jie Qin returned to her home region in Sichuan Province in southwest China to research the post-Mao revival of Buddhism.
written by Wen-jie Qin, fl. 2002; directed by Wen-jie Qin, fl. 2002 (Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 2002), 47 mins
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