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You are watching Cultural Trilogy - Ep 20
Cultural Trilogy

Episodes (20)

Watched Description
Charm in a yard of cloth
The breath of traditional houses
Beauty in a cup of tea
A day at the markets
The spirit of masks
Street food
Gimchi Paocai Tsukemono
Martial arts
Sounds that touch the soul
Rediscovery of paper
Traditional villages
Health and restoratives
The world of paintings
Young women
Three countries: the past, present, and future
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Cultural Trilogy (N/A)

The Cultural Trilogy documentary series takes us on a tour of the cultures of Japan, China and Korea. Each country has cultural icons that are similar but have evolved uniquely over thousands of years. Traditional fashions still amaze today in "Traditional Homes" and "Charm in Cloth." The arts handed down for generations are on display in "Martial Arts," "Ceramics," "Paper," "Dolls," "Paintings," and "Masks." Unique foods are synonymous with East Asian cultures in "Street Foods," "Kimchi," and the "Beauty of Tea." Family's still bond with strong traditions in"Weddings," "Kindergarten," or a "Day at the Market." But times are changing as "Young Women" find new opportunities and challenges in the modern world. And see what the future might hold for Japan, China and Korea together as "Three Countries."

About This Series

Type documentary
Genre Documentary , Documentary , Educational
Network Q Channel
Total Episodes 20

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