Chinese Animation Volumes 1 & 2 are now available to add to your
library of international animation. These two 80-minute volumes
include traditional cell animation and puppets, shown in their highly
original techniques of cut-paper, folded paper and brush painting by
some of Shanghai's famous animators. Witness some of the animated
shorts created in the last 50 years that have delighted both children
and adults in China and throughout the world. Te Wei, Qian Jiajun, Yu
Zhenguang, Hu Jinqing, A Da, and Wang Shuchen are a few animators
included on these two volumes; each priced at $29.95 plus s/h.
Animation Volume 1 includes shorts: "Where is Mama," "A
Clever Duckling," "One Night in an Art Gallery," "Three Monks,"
"Monkeys Fish The Moon" and "Buffalo Boy and the Flute."
Animation Volume 2 includes shorts: "Snipe-Clam Grapple,"
"Wanderings of San Mao," "36 Characters," "Selecting Beauty," "Mantis
Stalks Cicada," "Fishdish," "Feeling from Mountain and Water," "Deer
and Bull," "Cat and Rat" and "Snow Fox."