2005, English, Video edition: The Chuanxi Hall (A place to teach and learn folk arts in Yunnan) China Central Television (CCTV)

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  • 30720 bytes, 275306403 bytes, application/​msword, application/​octet-stream
  • Video
Published
  • 2005-04-06T13:23:12Z
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The Chuanxi Hall (A place to teach and learn folk arts in Yunnan)
Creator
  • China Central Television (CCTV)
Published
  • 2005-04-06T13:23:12Z
Physical Description
  • 30720 bytes, 275306403 bytes, application/​msword, application/​octet-stream
  • Video
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Notes
  • A forty minutes film produced by CCTV. It is only for education and non-commercial purpose. With thanks to Documentary Research Committee, of the Chinese Broadcasting and Television Academy.
  • In 1993, Tian Feng, a composer of China Symphony Orchestra, came to Yunnan Province where live the greatest number of ethnic people. He established the so called Chuanxi Hall to house folk artists and talented children of the province. His goal was to protect ethnic cultures and to preserve them by teaching. This documentary film is about his Chuanxi Hall.
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  • English
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