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TITLE: China and its sphere, [Pt.2] [videorecording] / a production of Cambridge Studios in collaboration with ABC-TV Open Learning, al.
SERIES: Power of place: world regional geography ; 23-24
SERIES: Power of place: world regional geography 23-24.
PUBLISHED: Santa Barbara, CA : Annenberg/CPB Project ; 1996.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (58 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: A twenty six part course, each cassette containing 2 programs of 29 min. each.
NOTES: "The Annenberg/CPB Collection" -- Cassette container.
NOTES: Organized around the textbook: Georaphy: realms, regions, and concepts/ H.J. de Blij and Peter O. Muller. New York : Wiley, 1994.
NOTES: Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
NOTES: Prog. 23. China's metropolitan heartland: Shanghai, awakening the giant. Nanjing, rural industry. -- Prog. 24. The Booming maritime edge: Guangdong, the booming maritime edge. Taiwan, avoiding the crush.
NOTES: Exec. producers, Lance Wisniewski, Bob Burns; directors, Hardy Stow, Kenji Tozaki; producers, ABC Australia, NHK Japan.
NOTES: Commentator: H.J. de Blij.
NOTES: Narrator: Deborah Dorsey.
NOTES: A telecourse designed to build understanding of geography by examining eleven regions of the world and their interconnections. Each program contains case studies which characterize an individual region. Shanghai, Awakening the Giant examines how physical location and government policy bloster development in Shanghai. Nanjing, Rural Industry looks at a clothing firm as an example of township enterprise in Siga, near Nanjing. Guangdong, the Booming Maritime Edge explores industrialization in Guangdong with emphasis on a Nike shoe factory. Taiwan, Avoiding the Crush examines the migration of high tec. industries to the suburbs of Tapei to avoid the problems of the city.
NOTES: English.
SUBJECT: Nike (Firm)
SUBJECT: Geography.
SUBJECT: Human geography.
SUBJECT: Industries--Taiwan--Taipei.
SUBJECT: Industries--Taiwan--Hsin-chu shih.
SUBJECT: Films for the hearing impaired.
SUBJECT: Coastwise shipping--China--Shanghai.
SUBJECT: Clothing trade--China--Siga.
SUBJECT: Cottage industries--China--Siga.
SUBJECT: Shoes--Trade and manufacture--China.
SUBJECT: Industries--China--Kwangtung Province.
SUBJECT: Migration, Internal--China--Kwangtung Province.
SUBJECT: Shanghai (China)--Commerce.
SUBJECT: Nanjing (Jiangsu Sheng, China)--Commerce.
SUBJECT: Kwangtung Province (China)--Commerce.
SUBJECT: Taiwan--Commerce--History.
SUBJECT: Shanghai (China)--History--20th century.
SUBJECT: Yangtze River (China)
SUBJECT: Siga (China)--Commerce.
SUBJECT: Taipei (Taiwan)--Commerce.
SUBJECT: Hsin-chu shih (Taiwan)--Commerce.
ADDED ENTRY: Dorsey, Deborah.
ADDED ENTRY: Wisniewski, Lance.
ADDED ENTRY: De Blij, Harm J.
ADDED ENTRY: Burns, Bob.
ADDED ENTRY: Stow, Hardy.
ADDED ENTRY: Tozaki, Kenji.
ADDED ENTRY: Australian Broadcasting Commission.
ADDED ENTRY: Nippon Hoso Kyokai.
ADDED ENTRY: Centre national de pédagogique (France)
ADDED ENTRY: Cambridge Studios.
ADDED ENTRY: Open Learning Agency of Australia.
ADDED ENTRY: ABC Television Network.
ADDED ENTRY: Annenberg/CPB Project.
ADDED ENTRY: China's metropolitan heartland [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Shanghai, awakening the giant [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Nanjing, rural industry [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Booming maritime edge [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Guangdong, the booming maritime edge [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Taiwan, avoiding the crush [videorecording]

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