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The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World
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directed by Weijun Chen, fl. 2007; produced by Lawrence Elman, fl. 2002, Drive Thru Pictures (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Broadcasting Corporation, 2008), 1 hour 23 mins
With a staff of nearly 1000 (including 300 chefs) and 5000 seats, West Lake is a combination theme park and eatery, offering a cross section of the country's changing society. Central is the restaurant's unstoppable owner Qin Linzi, a devout Buddhist, shrewd businesswoman and Communist Party member...Through the l...
directed by Weijun Chen, fl. 2007; produced by Lawrence Elman, fl. 2002, Drive Thru Pictures (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Broadcasting Corporation, 2008), 1 hour 23 mins
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Celestial Empire, 3, History Of Trade In China
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composed by Paul Skorich, fl. 1980; produced by William J. Mcabian, in Celestial Empire, 3 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2000), 27 mins
This series follows Chinese history with its unrelenting perseverance through the ages. Both past and present are explored, with each episode focusing on a unique facet of Chinese life. This ancient dynastic nation became a major contemporary political and economic player, while all other great empires have disapp...
composed by Paul Skorich, fl. 1980; produced by William J. Mcabian, in Celestial Empire, 3 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2000), 27 mins
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Celestial Empire, 8, History Of Manufacturing
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composed by Paul Skorich, fl. 1980; produced by William J. Mcabian, in Celestial Empire, 8 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2000), 26 mins
This episode reveals how China's traditional domestic industry met the international demand, and how Chinese industry was able to organize itself on a scale not seen in the West until the 18th century.
composed by Paul Skorich, fl. 1980; produced by William J. Mcabian, in Celestial Empire, 8 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2000), 26 mins
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Celestial Empire, 13, Traditional Concepts of Morality in China
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composed by Paul Skorich, fl. 1980; produced by William J. Mcabian, in Celestial Empire, 13 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2000), 26 mins
This episode examines the various aspects of traditional morality in China.
composed by Paul Skorich, fl. 1980; produced by William J. Mcabian, in Celestial Empire, 13 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2000), 26 mins
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Chinese Beauty Secrets, Forever Young
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directed by Tely Fung Wing-Chuen, fl. 2004, in Chinese Beauty Secrets (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2004), 24 mins
Women all wish to maintain their youth forever, but youth is something that slips away with every passing second. The Chinese have unique methods for combating the aging process. Scraping the body repeatedly with a board made from water buffalo horn can firm up the skin. Letting blood from the ear can remove spots...
directed by Tely Fung Wing-Chuen, fl. 2004, in Chinese Beauty Secrets (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2004), 24 mins
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Chinese Beauty Secrets, Magic of Cosmetic Acupuncture
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directed by Tely Fung Wing Chuen, fl. 2004; produced by Discover China Production, in Chinese Beauty Secrets (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2004), 30 mins
This episode takes you to a magic world of Cosmetic Acupuncture. Making use of small needles to manipulate energy points on our body to balance and to remove blockages in the meridians, this traditional Chinese approach recognizes the effect of our internal organs on our external appearance – toxicity in blood a...
directed by Tely Fung Wing Chuen, fl. 2004; produced by Discover China Production, in Chinese Beauty Secrets (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2004), 30 mins
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In Love with China, Stupendous Shanghai, Part 2
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directed by Thomas Ng Wai Kin, fl. 2001; produced by Discover China Production, in In Love with China (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2001), 52 mins
Shanghai was a 'treaty port' forcibly opened up to the West in the nineteenth century, many colonial architecture can still be seen along the tree-lined Hengshan Road or the waterfront known as the Bund. There are a lot of exciting attractions in Shanghai: mouth-watering food streets, trendy nightspots to see and...
directed by Thomas Ng Wai Kin, fl. 2001; produced by Discover China Production, in In Love with China (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2001), 52 mins
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Last Serfs of the Yangtze
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directed by Andy Yuen Wing Cheong, fl. 2000; produced by Discover China Production (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2000), 49 mins
For two and a half thousand years the chants of the boat trackers of the Yangtze River have reverberated through the heartland of China. The Last Serfs of the Yangtze will give the world’s last chance to hear the songs of the boat trackers, the Last Serfs of the Yangtze.
directed by Andy Yuen Wing Cheong, fl. 2000; produced by Discover China Production (Hong Kong (State): Discover China Production, 2000), 49 mins
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Maineland
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directed by Miao Wang, 1977-; produced by Robert M. Chang, fl. 2006, Damon Smith, fl. 2012, Violet Du Feng and Miao Wang, 1977-, Three Waters Productions (New York, NY: Cargo Film & Releasing, 2017), 1 hour 30 mins
Two affluent Chinese “parachute” teenagers come of age in a boarding school in small-town Maine. Will their shifting identity jibe with their Chinese dream?
directed by Miao Wang, 1977-; produced by Robert M. Chang, fl. 2006, Damon Smith, fl. 2012, Violet Du Feng and Miao Wang, 1977-, Three Waters Productions (New York, NY: Cargo Film & Releasing, 2017), 1 hour 30 mins
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World: A Television History, Season 1, Episode 12, China in Transition
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directed by David Wright, fl. 2004; produced by Nicholas Barton, in World: A Television History, Season 1, Episode 12 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 1985), 26 mins
After centuries of disunity Tan Chien proclaimed himself emperor of the Sui dynasty. Many engineering achievements - the grand canals, development of woodblock printing and headways in education making China the most literate of all pre-modern societies. The T'ang and Sung dynasties followed.
directed by David Wright, fl. 2004; produced by Nicholas Barton, in World: A Television History, Season 1, Episode 12 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 1985), 26 mins
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