Distributor:  National Film Board of Canada
Length:  47 minutes
Date:  2013
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English; Mandarin
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China 2000 BC - The Rise and Fall of Dynasties in Ancient China

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Remarkable new archaeological discoveries provide clues about the rise of Chinese culture.

China 2000 BC - The Rise and Fall of Dynasties in Ancient China

Between 2000 B.C. and 221 B.C., many civilizations developed in the area now known as China—and each had its own distinct language, culture and gods. This series unveils remarkable new archaeological discoveries that provide clues about how exactly these civilizations merged into one Chinese culture over the course of several centuries.

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Main credits

Longul, Wally (film producer)
Longul, Wally (film director)
Aizawa, Takyoshi (film director)
Aizawa, Takyoshi (screenwriter)
Abe, Nobuhide (film director)
Abe, Nobuhide (screenwriter)
Watanabe, Yoshihiro (film director)
Watanabe, Yoshihiro (screenwriter)
Tso, Diana (narrator)

Other credits

Editor, Lawrence Jackman; theme music, Suguru Matsutani, Aoi Teshima; animation/illustrations, Hin Gan, Daisuke Takasaki; camera, Ichiro Horiuchi, Daisuke Hasegawa.

Distributor credits

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Ancient History
Asian History
Asian Studies

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