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In China, the 20th Century was marked by dramatic social and political changes. It saw the end of the Qing Dynasty, the emergence of regional warlord governments, a Japanese military occupation, the Chinese Civil War and the founding of the People’s Republic of China. It was equally eventful in the fields of music, painting, drama and literature. Behind this transformation was a group of remarkable individuals; men who persevered despite national and personal tragedies. This documentary series explores their contributions and legacies. Designed for international audiences, it puts the featured personalities and accomplishments into an easily understood context.
Century Masters is highly visual, and the product of years of research. Hosted and written by three-time Emmy Award winner Bill Einreinhofer. Each episode is self-contained, and potentially could be aired as a standalone program. Century Masters offers unique cultural insights into a country playing an ever-larger role on the world stage.
Length: 312 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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