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Item : LEG550.06 - People will talk

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People will talk

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AM1068-S16-F01-: LEG550.06

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  • Oct. 30, 1987 (Creation)
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1 videocassette (12 min., 47 sec.) : VHS, col., sd., stereo

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The item is a recording of a segment of a longer news program called ‘People Will Talk’ hosted by Laurier LaPierre on the subject of the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese garden. The segment is in two main parts, the first part is a report by David Kincaid which includes footage of the construction of the gardens and later footage of the gardens in their completed state. Narration accompanying the footage describes the history of the classical Chinese garden in general, the construction efforts, and the goals of the final project, and some of the theories around the art form of the classical Chinese garden.

The second part is an interview with Sue Yung Li, a landscape architect and filmmaker from San Francisco. They discuss the role of the classical Chinese garden in Chinese culture as a source of artistic inspiration, the difference between a Chinese and a Japanese garden, the importance of rock and water in the garden, the accessibility of these kinds of gardens to the western audience. They also discuss elements of Li’s personal life, footage of the construction of the gardens and later footage of the gardens in their completed state.

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Light scanlines at the bottom of the image run throughout, with occasional additional minor video artefacts.

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Also available as a digital file.

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Copyright: CKVU-DT; expiry: 2038-01-01.

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1987-10-30

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2038-01-01

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Under copyright

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2014-05-14

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Canada

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1987-10-30

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2038-01-01

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