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held by the Tokyo National Museum, with 85 percent of the
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Zhou Ming, deputy director of Art Exhibitions China, says he b
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he culture of the Three Kingdoms and help them gain a deeper understanding of the period’s history.
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amid the chaos of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220). The events of this time, along with tales about the rise and fa
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They provided the inspiration for numerous works of poetry, literature and painting, leading to
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Up until now, the stories of the Three Kingdoms have been contin
uously developed in various forms in Japan, including novels, comics, puppet shows and
games, with many characters of the Three Kingdoms familiar to the Japanese people.
A project launched by Beijing Normal University invites foreign filmmakers to visit the country
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The documentaries zoom in on those who make a difference. The Looking China Youth
Film Project, organized by the Beijing Normal University, shows ordinary peop上海龙凤419
le doing extraordinary things or the bond between humans and nature. Their passions are documented by d
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Ge Yuxiu’s story puts both beauty and danger in the frame. Crouching, waiting, ready to shoo
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med hat, a khaki vest and faded overalls, Ge is camouflaged in the high grass. At one with nature. He recognizes the
high-pitched chorus of wild birds and insects such as bush crickets and katydids. The wind rustles a scattering of pla
nts on the flat, monotonous and desolated land in Northwest China’s Qinghai province.