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Liu Hulan: Liu Hulan

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A story of a girl gives up her young life at age 15 to what she believes in during the anti-Japanese war and the civil war of China thereafter.
DVD
2009; 1950
Clemons (Stacks)
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Zhan Dou Li Cheng Zhang: Crow in Struggle

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The film describes how the three peasant rebels revolt to the exploitation and oppression of the feudal landowners.
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2007; 1957
Clemons (Stacks)
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Jin Song You Yuan de Duo Yin: Distant Tower Bells

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"Pagodas were first built as places to memorialize and worship the Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. After Buddhism's spread to China, this traditional structure was combined with Chinese architecture to form a distinctive new kind of pagoda native to china. Shanxi Province has long been known as the "Land of Ancient Pagodas," and is still home to 485 ancient pagodas representing a wide spectrum of forms and styles. Pagodas at Buddhist temples and famous sacred mountains not only are beautiful parts of the landscape, they have played important roles in the popularization of Buddhism. Many of the pagodas in Shanxi feature shapes and functions unmatched in all of China" -- Container.
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2009
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Jin Song Gu Jian Shen Yun: Museum of Ancient Architecture

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Innumerable ancient buildings used to stand within the vast territory of China. With the passage of time, however, many grand wooden structures faded away. Shanxi Province, though, thanks to its unique geographic conditions, is still home to many ancient buildings representing a wide variety of styles. Architecture from each dynasty and era can still be found in Shanxi, and therefore the province is known as the "Museum of Ancient Chinese Architecture." -- container.
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Jin Song You Yuan de Duo Yin: Distant Tower Bells

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"Pagodas were first built as places to memorialize and worship the Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. After Buddhism's spread to China, this traditional structure was combined with Chinese architecture to form a distinctive new kind of pagoda native to china. Shanxi Province has long been known as the "Land of Ancient Pagodas," and is still home to 485 ancient pagodas representing a wide spectrum of forms and styles. Pagodas at Buddhist temples and famous sacred mountains not only are beautiful parts of the landscape, they have played important roles in the popularization of Buddhism. Many of the pagodas in Shanxi feature shapes and functions unmatched in all of China" -- Container.
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)