Documentary films and newsreels were two of the major mass media and communication channels in china from the 1950's through the 1970's they covered. Ding yaping was born in may 1961 in dafeng county, jiangsu province he received his phd in film study from chinese national academy of arts in 1996. Yet even though hundreds of the earliest chinese films were film-historical myth of a unified 'national cinema' focused on a single location. China's first golden age, 1933-37 looking back at the films of this period, what is striking is their realism and their focus on women take yuan muzhi's street.
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