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农家乐 = Peasant family happiness

Nong Jia le =: Peasant Family Happiness

a film by Jenny Chio
Format
Video; DVD
Summary
"Tourism in China today signifies many things. ... In the words of Dr. Stevan Harrell, Prof. of Anthropology at the Univ. of Washington, 'This colorful, entertaining, gently ironic documentary presents a vivid and sensitive portrait of a side of China that is little known outside the country: the world of ethnic tourism. In recent years, hundreds of millions of Chinese tourists, mostly city-dwellers, have used their newly increased incomes to travel. And many of the places they visit are ethnic minority villages in China's West and Southwest. They go there for the culture, for the scenery, for the clean air, for something different to see and do.'"--From http://www.berkeleymedia.com/catalog/berkeleymedia/films/anthropology_world_cultures/asian_pacific_studies/peasant_family_happiness, viewed 1/6/2016.
This ethnographic film depicts the everyday experience of 'doing tourism' in two rural, ethnic tourism destinations in contemporary China. : Ping'an and Upper Jidao villages. Focusing on the perspectives of village residents, this film portrays how modern, rural Chinese negotiate between the day-to-day consequences of tourist arrivals in their homes villages and ideal projections of who they are and what their lives can achieve through tourism development.
Director
Jenny Chio
Release Date
2012
Run Time
70 min.
Language
In Chinese with English subtitles
Notes
Originally produced as a documentary film in 2012.
Variant Title
Peasant family happiness
Local Notes
Public performance rights secured. PPR - In-person non-commercial screenings for educational purposes are authorized as long as no admission fees are charged
Credits
Camera, sound, editing, Jenny Chio.
Published
Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Media, 2013.
Description
1 videodisc (70 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD-R.
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