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    • The Chuanxi Hall (A place to teach and learn folk arts in Yunnan) 

      China Central Television (CCTV) (2005-04-06)
      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 ...
    • Dabia (Yunnan) 

      China Central Television (CCTV) (2005-04-06)
      Dabiya is a musical instrument used by Nu people in Yunnan. Nu is a minority which still keeps a primitive way of life. As they have no writing of their own, Nu people have handed down their history and legends by intoning. ...
    • A Family By Yellow River 

      China Central Television (CCTV) (2005-04-06)
      This filmed 5 years' record of a small village community, namely Lijiashan (Li's Mountains) of Qikou, Shanxi Province, might serve as an illustration for a profoundly changing rural China. A town in the valley of the Yellow ...
    • Grandpa Jing and his old customers 

      China Central Television (CCTV) (2005-04-14)
      In the centre of the city of Beijing there is an ancient residential area named Shichahai (‘hai’ means ‘a big lake’), which has a history of four hundred years. The inhabitants used to think the lake as two parts – Qianhai ...
    • YEN YANG CHU 1930 

      China Central Television (CCTV) (2005-04-14)
      The documentary described the famous Chinese educationor Yen Yang Chu's life in 1930.