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Traditional Chinese Arts and CultureAt the heart of Chinese medicine is its people and culture. These pages explore classical Chinese music, particularly the qin (lute) and erhu, as well as a variety of other ancient cultural practices such as the art of tea.

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The Qin (Lute): A Microcosm of Chinese Traditional Culture

WANG HUADE (revered Daoist musician)
WAN LANZHEN (Guangxi musician)
Total running time: 54 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

One of the last recorded presentations by the late Daoist musician Wang Huade, legend of Sichuan folk music, accompanied by well-known Guangxi musician Wan Lanzhen.

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Erhu: The Instrument of Emotion and Character

WAN LANZHEN
Guangxi Musician
Total running time: 54 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

Well-known Guangxi musician Wan Lanzhen plays the erhu, or two-stringed "Chinese violin", displaying its versatility as an instrument commonly used in a variety of modern and classical Chinese music.

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Insights from a Tea Expert (2 parts)

ZHAO FU
Chinese tea expert
Total running time: 239 mins.
Mandarin Chinese, translated into English
by Heiner Fruehauf

In this interview, Zhao Fu, a well-known Chinese tea expert offers folklore, history and other health and medicinal information about one of the oldest traditions in China.

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