1. Species / Element 01.01.2010

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    from John Marlin / Added

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    Species and Element shatter a temple. China.Hunan.Zhangjiajie Species: Guitar: Peng Ling Yi (Lion) Bass: Chris W. (Xia Ge) Drums: John E. Marlin (Lao Ma) Element: Vocals: Ber Lead Guitar: Long Shang Guitar: Hai Zi Bass: Chao Er Drums: Wang Jun

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    • Chinese New Year 2009

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      Chinese New Year 2009 is a colourful display of music, song and dance featuring acts from the Qinghai province of China. Produced with the generous support of the Mandarin Speakers Association More video on demand at northernvisions.org

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      • Whispering Birds

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        Waikato Contemporary Dance Projects Trust presents a Karen Barbour choreographed work for this year's Hamilton Gardens Arts Festival (2012). Filmed and edited by Nimbus.

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        • Huang Ruo : the yellow colore - concerto for sheng and Orchestra 2008

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          Brandenburg Philharmonic Orchestra,

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          • SOUNDREACH - Part 2

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            TANSO present SOUNDREACH February 27, 2009 - 8 p.m. / Art Lounge at U of T Art Centre Toronto's first live audio-visual improvisation between China and Canada On February 27, TANSO, an innovative Toronto-based arts promotion group, hosted a live improvised audio-visual collaboration between Chinese and Canadian experimental sound and video artists at the U of T Art Centre. tanso.ca

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            • Nastee Woof Yung

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              Many Years ago when the Gods roamed the universe, there was realm from where they would converse. As the Canis Lupus God returns from an epic war in the distant plains of the universe, he has notice the meeting grounds had much thinned out. Coming across the few remaining Gods, he stumbles upon a Native American Shaman. The Shaman informs him that it is the year 2011 on earth, and the drastic change in the Human Spirit has withered the sacred realm of its vivacity. Canis Lupus, was so upset, he asked the Shaman if he could be sent to earth. The Shaman laughed, and nodded yes, but noted there is one condition in which you can travel to earth. Canis Lupus waits patiently for the response, "you must be borne into Earth's Realm". Canis Lupus, understood he would loose recollection of his wisdom and divine powers, and agreed to these conditions anyway. The Shaman cast his spell and the last thing said was, "You will acquire the body of a man, but your soul will be that of a wolf..."

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              • SUCKER - live @ More & More Happy Festival, Xi'an, China, 5-28-09

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                This is a rough, two camera (1 man crew!) shoot conducted at the "More and More Happy" music festival held in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China, on May 28-29th, 2009. It was held in the cultural district, at a facility that was once a textile mill but now servers as a concert and arts venue. The Festival ran from 1pm until midnight on both days and featured national acts specializing in folk, rock, ska, hip-hop, funk, punk and metal, including: SUCKER, Joyside, AK*47, NONAME, Black Caesar/Black Head, Echo Rush, and others. There were video screenings, photo exhibitions, and independent vendors rounding out what some could call, “Xi'an-palooza.” A great event in a great city, imo. The audio here is not so hot. The shoot was captured for posterity. Some of it will be repurposed for future SUCKER videos. There are about two songs from the set which were not included in this compilation because of technical issues. SUCKER are a Xi'an, Shaanxi, China (PRC) based punk band, formed in 2006. Unlike other Xi'an bands, SUCKER still reside in Xi'an and have not moved to Beijing (China's independent music mecca). SUCKER are Frank: Guitar/Vocals, Zhang Hui: bass/Vocals, Xiao Yue: Lead Guitar/Vocals, and Xian Jun: drums and vocals. On July 20th, 2009, the band released their first full length, professional CD, "There's a Sucker Born Every Minute." I shot a trio of music videos for them that I will eventually post here. If you can' wait, you can pick up the CD, where you will be able to own all three videos AND contribute to the artists directly. Nobody gets rich playing rock'n'roll in China, so every little bit helps. SUCKER are good, hard working kids and keep the punk rock torch lit. It was a tremendous pleasure working with them. If you get a chance to see them in China, tell them the Shanzhai Laowai recommended them to you. I want to thank my friend DaMian for his assistance in making my collaboration possible. This video is uploaded under the Creative Commons Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 agreement.

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                • Classical Chinese dance - A dance system tempered over thousands of years. (English subtitles)

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                  from Shen Yun / Added

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                  Since ancient times, Chinese culture has been heralded as a gift from the divine. And part of this gift was a supreme art form that has endured to this day: classical Chinese dance, built on profound traditional aesthetics, tempered over thousands of years into an extensive and independent system of dance. In this video, learn more about one of the most vigorous and expressive art forms in the world today. www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org

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                  • Classical Chinese dance - A dance system tempered over thousands of years.

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                    Since ancient times, Chinese culture has been heralded as a gift from the divine. And part of this gift was a supreme art form that has endured to this day: classical Chinese dance, built on profound traditional aesthetics, tempered over thousands of years into an extensive and independent system of dance. In this video, learn more about one of the most vigorous and expressive art forms in the world today. www.ShenYunPerformingArts.org

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                    • Living Music for Golden Mountains VOD

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                      from DeepFocus Productions, Inc. / Added

                      LIVING MUSIC FOR GOLDEN MOUNTAINS is a touching portrait of Leo Lew, an immigrant who toiled as a laundry worker but kept spiritually alive through his love of music. In 1936, Mr. Lew immigrated to America, the "land of golden mountains," from his native southern China. He came seeking fortune but discovered instead a mission closer to his heart – passing on the deep-rooted traditions of Cantonese folk music to new generations of Chinese Americans. LIVING MUSIC FOR GOLDEN MOUNTAINS traces Lew's life in America and shows some of the many problems facing the elderly in San Francisco's Chinatown. It also celebrates his enduring love of his native music and his commitment to sharing that love with young Chinese Americans eager to know their cultural heritage. Highlights include several of his virtuosos performances, both solo and with an ensemble he directs, as well as a revealing teaching session that shows how he works with and motivates his young students. LIVING MUSIC FOR GOLDEN MOUNTAINS was produced by Arthur Dong and Elizabeth Meyer, and marks Dong's documentary directorial debut, earning the young filmmakers a 1981 Student Academy Award® nomination for best documentary. This version was re-edited by the director in 2010. Visit the film's web page: http://deepfocusproductions.com/living_music_for_golden_mountain.php

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