To taste a hundred herbs : gods, ancestors, and medicine in a Chinese village / [Long Bow Group, Inc.] ; directed by Carma Hinton and Richard Gordon ; produced by Richard Gordon [and others] ; written by Carma Hinton.
- Other Title:
- Gods, ancestors, and medicine in a Chinese village
- New York, N.Y. : New Day Films, [1988?]
- One village in China.
One village in China
1 videocassette (58 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
- Medicine, Rural -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian)
Medicine, Chinese -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian)
Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian, China) -- Social conditions.
Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian, China) -- Social life and customs.
Villages -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian) -- Case studies.
Medicine -- Practice -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian)
Catholics -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian)
Ancestor worship -- China -- Zhangzhuang (Lucheng Xian)
China -- Social conditions -- 1976-2000.
China -- Rural conditions.
- Documentary television programs.
Ethnographic television programs.
- In Chinese with English voice-over translation.
- System Details:
- VHS format.
- Focuses on a Catholic doctor in a small village in China and shows how he combines traditional Chinese and Western medical procedures in his practice. Tells how the complex decollectivization policies in China are changing life there.
- Camera, Richard Gordon; editor, David Carnochan; additional writers, Laurie Block, John Crowley.
- Originally produced in 1986 as a television program; originally broadcast in 1987 as part of the PBS series One village in China.
"This is the third film in a trilogy [One village in China] which includes All under heaven and Small happiness."--End credits.
- Hinton, Carma, director, screenwriter.
Gordon, Richard, director, producer.
Carnochan, David, editor.
Long Bow Group, production company.
New Day Films, publisher.
|Location||Notes||Your Loan Policy|
|Description||Status||Barcode||Your Loan Policy|