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Subject: Foreign Language: Spanish

Asian Traditions: For a Bowl/Rice Series (Spanish)

Asian Traditions: For a Bowl/Rice Series (Spanish)

"Recommended. The series offers detailed information about Asian occupations and crafts not to be found elsewhere."-EMRO Review
This series explores traditional and unusual occupations in the cultural melting pot of Asia. It looks at the hard-working lives of those who still practice skills, handed down through generations, to earn them and their families an honest living. Produced by Sunny Lim Film Corp. Series: 13 x 30-minute programs. (Also available in English.)

List of Titles


All Work and No Play (Malaysian Tin Mines)

All Work and No Play (Malaysian Tin Mines)

Chang Ng Moi's destiny brought her to the Malaysian tin mines where she has been working since she was sold as a little girl. She and other elderly women tell the stories of their hard and often difficult lives. 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Bells From Melaka, The (Trishaw Men & Chinese Art)

Bells From Melaka, The (Trishaw Men & Chinese Art)

Jehan Chan uses the distinctive red color of Malaccan historical buildings in his modern paintings; also two Trishaw drivers struggle to keep their traditional taxi service operating in the busy streets of Malaka. 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


A Chinese Craft (Chinese Traditions)

A Chinese Craft (Chinese Traditions)

"Recommended. The viewer is taken to a Joss-Stick factory, a marble stamp maker's studio, and a clog maker's shop in Malaysia. Each of these crafts has been passed down through Chinese tradition, and exemplifies the multicultural heritage of Malaysia." -EMRO Review
Certain special objects and artifacts Click for more


Dangerous Moves (Snake Man & Zookeeper)

Dangerous Moves (Snake Man & Zookeeper)

"Recommended. Profiles both a snake charmer and a zookeeper, drawing a comparison between the two. Both men are informative. The first explains what can be done to avoid or treat a snake bite, while the second explains how to feed and care for snakes. It is entertaining to watch." -EMR Online
Two different Click for more


For Body and Soul (Culture of India)

For Body and Soul (Culture of India)

"Recommended. The viewer is taken to Hindu shrines and to a traditional bread bakery, where Indian religion and gastronomic culture contribute to the cultural melting-pot of Malaysia. This is a feast for the eyes, full of beautiful architecture set amidst a mountainous landscape; also monkeys and pigeons frolic Click for more


Fruits From the Deep (Chinese Oyster Divers)

Fruits From the Deep (Chinese Oyster Divers)

China's mighty Muar River, where venerable divers have worked together for many years. We watch them harvest oysters; then follow the delicacy as it turns into a tasty specialty in a Chinese kitchen. 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Glimpses From the Past (Portuguese Descendants)

Glimpses From the Past (Portuguese Descendants)

The Portuguese from 1511 to 1641 controlled the city of Malacca (Melaka) in Malaysia; its strategic location helped give Portugal control over the main Asiatic trade routes during those Colonial days. Portuguese men were encouraged to marry the local females and over time a strong Eurasian community grew here. Today, Click for more


Home Sweet Home (Malaccan Bakery)

Home Sweet Home (Malaccan Bakery)

The Malaccan "Baba Nyonya" community, descendants of people who left China centuries ago, and its special pastries: brightly colored cakes made from coconut milk and a special sugar, "Gula Melaka." 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Monkey Business (Malay Family Business)

Monkey Business (Malay Family Business)

Here we meet a large Malay family - and a special monkey! This important member of the family collects hundreds of coconuts each day, providing the whole family with its daily "bowl of rice." 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Prayer for Fish, A (Johor, China)

Prayer for Fish, A (Johor, China)

Documents life in the village of Parit Jawa in Johor, China, where villagers have lived from the sea's harvest for centuries, building boats and creating a thriving community from difficult beginnings. 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more


Special Medicine, A (Chinese Barber & Medicine)

Special Medicine, A (Chinese Barber & Medicine)

Traditional Chinese medicine, also known as TCM, which includes such treatments as acupuncture, diet therapy, massage and using Chinese herbal medicines, is well accepted throughout East Asia. In fact, one may find a TCM practitioner at a local barber, where Chinese barbers do more than just cut hair. Since ancient Click for more


Times to Remember (South East Asia Life)

Times to Remember (South East Asia Life)

Coconut palms are at the heart of South East Asian life. As well as fruits, they give jobs, especially to migrant workers from India and their families. Click for more


Women in Business (Women of Asia)

Women in Business (Women of Asia)

Though the center of Asian communities, women go about their business almost unnoticed. This program introduces viewers to some of these anonymous women and sheds light on their activities. 00/10DE IJSCA 30 min. Click for more





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