[Videolib] Distributor? Public and Private Realms in Rural Wenzhou, China

Darby Orcutt (Darby_Orcutt@ncsu.edu)
Mon, 19 Jun 2006 15:28:18 -0400

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Greetings, all,
Following the closing of the media unit at UC Berkeley Extension,
does anyone know who (if anyone) ended up with the rights to this?
Thanks,
Darby
Darby Orcutt
Senior Collection Manager for Humanities & Social Sciences
NCSU Libraries
Box 7111
Raleigh, NC 27695-7111
919/ 513-0364
919/ 513-1108 fax
darby_orcutt@ncsu.edu <mailto:darby_orcutt@ncsu.edu>

Public and Private Realms in Rural Wenzhou, China

This unique documentary examines how the privatized market economy in
southeastern China has paradoxically led to the emergence of a new
public spirit as prosperous peasants and merchants donate money to
nongovernmental organizations (called NGOs). The NGOs examined here
include a lineage association, a deity temple, a private school, an old
people's association, and a Catholic church. There are extensive
interviews with a wide range of Chinese, as well as contemporary scenes
of daily life, a rural market, and a factory. Produced by Mayfair Yang.

52 min. Color 1995 Cat. #38304
Sale: video $150, Rental: video $60

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Greetings, all,
    Following the closing of the media unit at UC Berkeley Extension, does anyone know who (if anyone) ended up with the rights to this?
Thanks,
Darby
Darby Orcutt
Senior Collection Manager for Humanities & Social Sciences
NCSU Libraries
Box 7111
Raleigh, NC  27695-7111
919/ 513-0364
919/ 513-1108 fax
darby_orcutt@ncsu.edu

Public and Private Realms in Rural Wenzhou, China
   
This unique documentary examines how the privatized market economy in southeastern China has paradoxically led to the emergence of a new public spirit as prosperous peasants and merchants donate money to nongovernmental organizations (called NGOs). The NGOs examined here include a lineage association, a deity temple, a private school, an old people's association, and a Catholic church. There are extensive interviews with a wide range of Chinese, as well as contemporary scenes of daily life, a rural market, and a factory. Produced by Mayfair Yang.

52 min. Color 1995 Cat. #38304
Sale: video $150, Rental: video $60



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