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On China, Episode 40, Food
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presented by Kristie Lu Stout, 1974-; produced by Cable News Network (CNN); interview by Kristie Lu Stout, 1974-, in On China, Episode 40 (Atlanta, GA: Cable News Network (CNN), 2016), 23 mins
Chinese food is famous around the world. Its diverse cuisine dates back centuries, with classic cooking styles known as the "Eight Greats." Food remains a focal point of life today, but young people are less likely than their grandparents to spend time in the kitchen.
presented by Kristie Lu Stout, 1974-; produced by Cable News Network (CNN); interview by Kristie Lu Stout, 1974-, in On China, Episode 40 (Atlanta, GA: Cable News Network (CNN), 2016), 23 mins
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World Food Markets, World Food Markets: China
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presented by Paulette Mitchell, fl. 2001; produced by Brett Mitchell, fl. 2001 and Paulette Mitchell, fl. 2001, Learning ZoneXpress, in World Food Markets (Owatonna, MN: Learning Zone Express, 2010), 24 mins
In densely populated Chinese cities, modern life contrasts with timeless traditions. A high value is placed on hard work, family ties, ancient philosophies, good luck, and very fresh food. Chinese market vendors handle food with care. Seafood and chickens are alive. Shoppers seek perfect produce. Freshness is so i...
presented by Paulette Mitchell, fl. 2001; produced by Brett Mitchell, fl. 2001 and Paulette Mitchell, fl. 2001, Learning ZoneXpress, in World Food Markets (Owatonna, MN: Learning Zone Express, 2010), 24 mins
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Taste of China, Part 1, Masters of the Wok
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directed by Michael P. Lerner, 1943-; produced by Li Sue Yung, fl. 1984-1986, in Taste of China, Part 1 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1984), 29 mins
Like Chinese cuisine and Chinese culture, this film is a study in contrasts. It explores the evolution of Chinese cuisine from basic peasant fare to highly refined and lavish imperial cooking. It is the first film in the classic four-part series, 'A Taste of China,' which remains perhaps the best introduction for...
directed by Michael P. Lerner, 1943-; produced by Li Sue Yung, fl. 1984-1986, in Taste of China, Part 1 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1984), 29 mins
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Taste of China, Part 2, Food for Body and Spirit
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directed by Michael P. Lerner, 1943-; produced by Li Sue Yung, fl. 1984-1986, in Taste of China, Part 2 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1984), 29 mins
The Tao of cooking and eating -- the Way to health and well-being! This film investigates the impact of religious influences on Chinese culture and cuisine. This is the second film in the classic four-part series, 'A Taste of China,' which remains perhaps the best introduction for Westerners to traditional Chinese...
directed by Michael P. Lerner, 1943-; produced by Li Sue Yung, fl. 1984-1986, in Taste of China, Part 2 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1984), 29 mins
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Taste of China, Part 3, The Family Table
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directed by Michael P. Lerner, 1943-; produced by Li Sue Yung, fl. 1984-1986, in Taste of China, Part 3 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1984), 29 mins
The contrasting lives of two families -- a traditional four-generation rural family in a Sichuan village and a modern, single-child family in urban Hangzhou -- are viewed through the routines of their daily meals. In the process, the film illustrates how the Chinese family has endured and how it is changing. This...
directed by Michael P. Lerner, 1943-; produced by Li Sue Yung, fl. 1984-1986, in Taste of China, Part 3 (Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Media, 1984), 29 mins
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