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Chinese embroidery : Ci xiu ; Chinese silk = Si chou / jian zhi, Sun Taiquan

Contributor(s): Sun, Taiquan | Guangzhou qiao jia ren wen hua chuan bo you xian gong si.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Gen wo xue Han yu: Publisher: Guangzhou : Guangzhou qiao jia ren wen hua chuan bo you xian gong si, [2006?]Description: 1 videodisc (59 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: Media type: Carrier type: ISBN: 9787885184421; 7885184420.Other title: Chinese silk = Si chou | Ci xiu | Si chou.
Production Credits: Bian ji, Li Lubo
Summary: [Chinese silk] The documentary describes the development of the Silk Road trade route relating it to the cultural exchanges between China and Central/Western Asia and further with the Western world. It also covers development of silk craftsmanship, woven designs, embroidered designs, weaving techniques, and the artistic styles of different dynastiesSummary: [Chinese embroidery] This documentary shows the development of the four most famous styles of Chinese embroidery (Su, Xiang, Yue, and Shu) from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Additional styles shown include Miao and other folk style embroideries depicting local history, spiritual needs, and stories
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CD-ROM (Chinese) Chi 000147 (Browse shelf) c. 1 Available 32009002295049
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880-07 Bian ji, Li Lubo

[Chinese silk] The documentary describes the development of the Silk Road trade route relating it to the cultural exchanges between China and Central/Western Asia and further with the Western world. It also covers development of silk craftsmanship, woven designs, embroidered designs, weaving techniques, and the artistic styles of different dynasties

[Chinese embroidery] This documentary shows the development of the four most famous styles of Chinese embroidery (Su, Xiang, Yue, and Shu) from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Additional styles shown include Miao and other folk style embroideries depicting local history, spiritual needs, and stories

DVD-5; MPEG-2; NTSC; all regions

In Chinese with optional Chinese or English subtitles

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