Videos Tagged: asia

The Cross in China
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For the first time in history, Christianity in China, especially the House-Church, is given an honest and comprehensive account. The film answers the question raised by many people outside China: how ...

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The Fastest Changing Place On Earth
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The story of modern China told through the eyes of the villagers forced to sell their homes and give up their land to make way for massive urban development. Naturally they are outraged and fearful. S...

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The Samurai
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‘The Samurai’ is the definitive study of some of world’s most famous fighters from the heyday of the Heian Period (794-1185) to the inevitable decline that followed the opening of Japan in 1853....

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The Last Lions of India
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This documentary is about the Asiatic lions, which are completely different from African lions, both in appearance and behavior, but are growing in India. His refuge is the Gir forest in Gujarat, and...

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Japanorama is a series of documentaries presented by Jonathan Ross, explore the various facets of popular culture and trends of today’s Japan.Japanorama Each episode has a theme around which Jonatha...

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