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21.

Jian Zhi: Chinese Paper-Cuts ; Feng Zheng = Chinese Kites

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Presents two programs on Chinese paper craft and kite making.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
25.

Zhongguo Zang Chuan Fo Jiao

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Tibetan Buddhism constitutes one of the three branches of Buddhism and has been disseminated to a vast area including Tibet, Sichuan, Qinghai Gansu, Yuannan, Inner Mongolia and Xinjiang. Owing to historical reasons, almost all the Tibetan and Mongolian people are its followers and a lot of other minority ethnic groups like the Yugu, Menba, Tu and Qing people also believe in Tibetan Buddhism. This chapter focuses on the evolvement, features and major religious rituals of this branch of Buddhism.
DVD
2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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Zhongguo Dao Jiao: Chinese Taoism

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"Taoism, a combination of many traditional Chinese beliefs and health preserving practices, is a native religion of China with Lao Tse as its founder. This DVD program is about the origin, evolvement of Taoism as well as its great impacts upon China's traditional literature, philosophy, medicine, chemistry and health preservation. Special efforts have been made to trace Taoism in modern Chinese people's everyday life."--Publisher's website.
DVD
2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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Zhongguo Fo Jiao: China's Buddhism

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This chapter addresses the evolvement and localization of Buddhism in China as well as its interaction with the local Chinese culture. The audiences are going to tour with the cameraman many important Buddhist relics such as Buddhist mountains, grottos, pagodas and learn many interesting knowledge about Buddhist sculptures, music, sports and arts.
DVD
2005
Clemons (Stacks)
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Zhongguo Dunhuang: Dunhuang China

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Ben jie mu jie shao Dunhuang hui huang de li shi yi ji zhen gui de wen hua gui bao.; "Dunhuang, one of the famous historical and cultural cities in China, is located in the west China. It is a bright pearl shining in the Silk Road in ancient times. The culture of Dunhuang developed prosperous during the Tang Dynasty about 1600 years ago, leaving behind many historic relics for us to visit. The cultural architectures and arts produced over the past long years are not seen in any other part of the world, for which, Dunhuang is entered the historic relics of UNESCO." -- Container.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)