Re-define China by looking into its vastly rich history, earlier contributions to the world and fascinating culture.
The Silk Road is an epic 12-part documentary series from 1980 telling the story of the rise and fall of ancient civilizations. The documentary production team devoted 17 years to the planning, shooting and production of The Silk Road, which unearthed trade routes linking long-lost civilizations of East and West.
Paths of the Soul is a docu-drama following the journey of a group of Tibetans on a pilgrimage to Lhasa, the holy capital of Tibet. The journey covers 1,200 km on foot, in a continuous repetition of prostrating one's self on the ground.
The New Silk Road is one of the most ambitious undertakings by far to be put forward by the Chinese president Xi Jinping. 10,000 kilometers of road, a railway line and a shipping route from western China to Europe via Kazakhstan, the Urals and Moscow. In the form of a geopolitical road movie, this documentary looks at the far-reaching shifts in the Eurasian power balance.
This 'fly on the wall' styled documentary has left us a silhouette of times long past, reproducing the simplicity of old Chinese countryside. It tells the story about the people of LiJiang, China, over a period of 10 years. It depicts the life of the butchers, the virtues of honourable old physicians, and that of many other human fates in rural China.
The Future Cities series takes us inside some of the world’s biggest startup nations - Israel, and Shenzhen in China, looking at how and why the cities have evolved so rapidly.