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directed by Maggie Mo, fl. 2014 and Justin Wong, fl. 2008-2012; produced by Yang Miney Ye, fl. 2014 and Shum Fei-fung, fl. 2014, Phoenix Satellite Television (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix Satellite Television, 2014), 1 hour 1 mins
directed by Taylor Downing, fl. 1998; produced by Nicholas Barton, in World: A Television History, 6 (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 1985, originally published 1985), 26 mins
The great world religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism, and Taoism all developed in Asia within a thousand years.
directed by Christopher O'Brien, fl. 2008; produced by Christopher O'Brien, fl. 2008 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV), 53 mins
Shows the Soma Noma Oi is more than just a tradition. It is a living history and the last bastion of authentic samurai culture. It is an exercise designed to test the equestrian skill and endurance of the mounted samurai and his steed. An ancient martial tradition established by the Soma clans founder and one that...
directed by Lyn Goldfarb; produced by Ron Devillier, in Empires (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2003, originally published 2003), 2 hours 47 mins
Commanding shoguns and fierce samurai warriors, exotic geisha and exquisite artisans—all were part of a Japanese renaissance between the 16th and 19th centuries when Japan went from chaos and violence to a land of ritual refinement and peace. But stability came at a price: for nearly 250 years, Japan was a land..