Item Details

Zhongguo Nian [videorecording]

Kwang Hwa mass communications
Format
Video; VHS
Summary
The Chinese Lunar New Year has remained the single most important event in the Chinese calendar. The Chinese people have been celebrating the New Year for thousands of years. The various regions of China celebrate this holidayin slightly different ways.
Althought most of the celebrations are similar, there are some traditions and even some taboos that vary from place to place. Despite these differences, the Chinese New Year is one of the best reflections of Chinese thought and way of life.
This film presents the Chinese New Year story with shadow puppets, and introduces us to the way this holiday is celebrated in modern Taiwan.
Director
Chang I-Chen
Release Date
1991
Run Time
28 min.
Language
Chinese
Related Title
Chinese New Year.
Credits
Director, Chang I-Chen ; producer, Kao Ching-Jen ; photography, Shin-Jung Yu ; music, Hong-Yin Chang.
Published
[Taipei? : International Audio-Visual Communication, 1991]
Description
1 videocassette (ca. 28 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
VHS format [NTSC].
Technical Details
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