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Inside China

Inside China

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Inside China is the first nationally syndicated weekly TV magazine about China. Twenty-five series of this award-winning program have aired continuously for 15 years throughout the U.S. It is available for viewing on select PBS and independent stations. Each 30-minute episode includes 2-3 segments that focus on different aspects of Chinese culture.Inside China’s host, Mary Windishar, unveils the exciting art, customs, and history of the Chinese people. From intriguing rituals and unusual foods to exotic travel destinations and historical relics, Inside China takes you across the ancient and newly emerging frontiers of the “Middle Kingdom.” Each story looks behind the scenes into the daily lives of the Han Chinese and China’s many ethnic minorities. You’ll learn about surprising Chinese inventions and gain a deeper understanding of the art, architecture, remote villages, city life, business culture, and changing face of China.Inside China also features special interviews with renowned Chinese artists such as Jackie Chan (Film Director and Actor, Super Cop), Chen Kaige (Film Director, Farewell My Concubine), and Martin Yan (Chef and Television Personality, Yan Can Cook).

2100 Series

2300 Series

2001
Traditions of the Jing People
Raising Ducks
Pottery Philosopher
2006
Monk of Medicine and Prayer
Yellow Crane Tower

2011
Mt. Taibai
Yuliang Dam
Fisherman’s Village
2002
Peking Opera Masks
The Performance Market
2007
Yungang Buddhist Caves
Hui Inksticks
Beijing Temple Fair
2012
Ah Ji’s Wedding
Innovative Embroidery
2003
Paper-Cutting Art
Dragon Lanterns
Temple of Heaven
2008
Latin Dance Instructor
Morning Exercises
2013
Qinghai Lake
Dali the Beautiful
Ming-era City Wall
2004
Hutong Residences
Weifang Kites
2009
Kingdom of the Drums
Theaters and Teahouses of Beijing
2005
Businessman Pan Shiyi
A Famous Restaurant Owner
Two Tree Dance
2010
Peasant Painting Family
Home of Man and Birds
30-Minute Weekly TV Magazine 
Join Inside China host Mary Windishar on location in Beijing for a look at the art and culture of an ancient and dynamic nation.

For close to a decade, Inside China host Mary Windishar has been presenting our weekly series from the studios of D3 Productions, Inc., in Oakland, California. Now, for the first time, Inside China ventures beyond the studio to introduce the stunning architecture, treasured relics, and delightful stories of rapidly changing China, on location.

Inside China takes Windishar climbing up the timeworn steps of the Great Wall, winding through the charming alleys of traditional Beijing neighborhoods, shopping in trendy new malls, and feasting on the best of imperial cuisine.

As television’s most timely and authoritative look at Chinese culture, Inside China is proud to bring you this series from our favorite sites in Beijing.

Tune in to our award-winning program Inside China, and gain a deeper understanding of the art, architecture, ethnic minorities, remote villages, city life, business culture, and changing face of China.

2101
A Dancer Yearning to Fly
Peacock Dance
2106
Living in Beijing
Beijing’s First Mom-n-Pop Diner
2111
Beijingers in Flight
Realizing the Dream
2102
Hakka Homes
Huizhou Housing
Chengdu Tea House
2107
Chinese Chopsticks
From Morse Code to China Mobile
2112
Life in the Zone
German Engineer, Chinese Airport
2103
Zen Summer Camp
Chinese Yo-Yos
2108
Peking Opera Costumes
Peking Opera Clubhouse
2113
Hangzhou Tea Culture
Silk Fit for Emperors
2104
Memories of China’s Railways
Guild Hall Chaozhou Embroidery
2109
A French Photographer’s Beijing
Beijing Art Factory
The Great Wall
 
2105
Qiang Family Homestay
Ousu Sculpture
2110
Zhang’s Replica Workshop
Farmer Yu’s Sculpture Garden
30-Minute Weekly TV Magazine    
Join host Mary Windishar on-location in Dunhuang, in China’s Gansu Province, and discover one of the world’s greatest treasure chests of ancient Buddhist artwork. You’ll see this and other amazing sites around Dunhuang — a historic trading post on China’s western frontier.

This special series includes on-location episodes (ICHI 2309-2313) that capture the artwork of   China’s earliest civilizations… and the tapestry of cultures still thriving on the Silk Road today.

2301
Tibetan Private School
Buddha Grottos
2306
Huang Yongyu, Artist and Icon
Geng Yuexin, Bamboo Master Calligraphy Kids
2311
Xuanzang the Monk The Best of Xian
Making Music on the Silk Road
2302
Zhang’s Sporting Goods
Lucky Jade
Luo Tiancheng, Welding Artist
2307
Raising Rice, Growing Families
Away at Boarding School
2312
When Silk Was Gold
Suzhou Embroiderer
2303
Lions Protect the Dead
Mongolian Wedding
2308
Tibetan Cowboys
Taoist Temple on a Mount
Passing the Imperial Exam
2313
Chinese Orchestra in Vienna
Chinese Treasures
 2304
Land of Snacks Purple Clay Teapot Shanghai Nights
2309
Devotion to Dunhuang Frescoes
Kesi Tapestries
Silk for a Suitor
2305
Old Man and the Sea God
Mysterious Murals
2310
Dancing Murals
The Return of Turandot
Moonlight Dance
Host Mary Windishar in Dunhuang 
CUSTOM COPIES OF SERIES
We do not have pre-packaged DVDs of our television weekly series or specials. However, as a service to our viewers and educational institutions, we are glad to make copies on a per-request basis.
Title: Inside China
Series: 25
Episodes: 13 each series (total: 325 episodes)
Length: 30 minutes each episode
Format: DVD; each contains two consecutive episodes (eg. 101-102)
Production Year: 1997-2007
Availability: Allow 2-3 Weeks for processing and shipping.
Price:

  • 1 DVD : $35.00 plus shipping and handling
  • 2-5 DVDs: $30.00 each DVD plus shipping and handling
  • 6 or more DVDs: $25.00 each DVD plus shipping and handling
  • One 13-Episode Series (7 DVDs): $150.00 plus shipping and handling

SHIPPING & HANDLING Usually ships in 3-4 business days.

Shipping and handling in the U.S. is $5.00 for the first DVD and $2.00 for each additional DVD. For international shipments, prices will vary.

PAYMENT METHODS
Cashier’s Check / Money Order 
Send a Cashier’s Check or Money Order for the correct amount (including shipping and handling) to the address below. Make the check payable to “D3 Productions, Inc.” Please indicate the title of the DVD(s) and the number of copies in your order. We do not accept personal checks.

Mail to:
D3 Productions, Inc.
7700 Edgewater Drive, Suite 248
Oakland, CA 94621

Description

Inside-China-Logo.jpg

Inside China is the first nationally syndicated weekly TV magazine about China. Twenty-five series of this award-winning program have aired continuously for 15 years throughout the U.S. It is available for viewing on select PBS and independent stations. Each 30-minute episode includes 2-3 segments that focus on different aspects of Chinese culture.

Inside China’s host, Mary Windishar, unveils the exciting art, customs, and history of the Chinese people. From intriguing rituals and unusual foods to exotic travel destinations and historical relics, Inside China takes you across the ancient and newly emerging frontiers of the “Middle Kingdom.” Each story looks behind the scenes into the daily lives of the Han Chinese and China’s many ethnic minorities. You’ll learn about surprising Chinese inventions and gain a deeper understanding of the art, architecture, remote villages, city life, business culture, and changing face of China.

Inside China also features special interviews with renowned Chinese artists such as Jackie Chan (Film Director and Actor, Super Cop), Chen Kaige (Film Director, Farewell My Concubine), and Martin Yan (Chef and Television Personality, Yan Can Cook).

Gallery

2100 Series

2300 Series

2000 Series
2001
Traditions of the Jing People
Raising Ducks
Pottery Philosopher
2006
Monk of Medicine and Prayer
Yellow Crane Tower

2011
Mt. Taibai
Yuliang Dam
Fisherman’s Village
2002
Peking Opera Masks
The Performance Market
2007
Yungang Buddhist Caves
Hui Inksticks
Beijing Temple Fair
2012
Ah Ji’s Wedding
Innovative Embroidery
2003
Paper-Cutting Art
Dragon Lanterns
Temple of Heaven
2008
Latin Dance Instructor
Morning Exercises
2013
Qinghai Lake
Dali the Beautiful
Ming-era City Wall
2004
Hutong Residences
Weifang Kites
2009
Kingdom of the Drums
Theaters and Teahouses of Beijing
2005
Businessman Pan Shiyi
A Famous Restaurant Owner
Two Tree Dance
2010
Peasant Painting Family
Home of Man and Birds
2100 Series
30-Minute Weekly TV Magazine 
Join Inside China host Mary Windishar on location in Beijing for a look at the art and culture of an ancient and dynamic nation.

For close to a decade, Inside China host Mary Windishar has been presenting our weekly series from the studios of D3 Productions, Inc., in Oakland, California. Now, for the first time, Inside China ventures beyond the studio to introduce the stunning architecture, treasured relics, and delightful stories of rapidly changing China, on location.

Inside China takes Windishar climbing up the timeworn steps of the Great Wall, winding through the charming alleys of traditional Beijing neighborhoods, shopping in trendy new malls, and feasting on the best of imperial cuisine.

As television’s most timely and authoritative look at Chinese culture, Inside China is proud to bring you this series from our favorite sites in Beijing.

Tune in to our award-winning program Inside China, and gain a deeper understanding of the art, architecture, ethnic minorities, remote villages, city life, business culture, and changing face of China.

2101
A Dancer Yearning to Fly
Peacock Dance
2106
Living in Beijing
Beijing’s First Mom-n-Pop Diner
2111
Beijingers in Flight
Realizing the Dream
2102
Hakka Homes
Huizhou Housing
Chengdu Tea House
2107
Chinese Chopsticks
From Morse Code to China Mobile
2112
Life in the Zone
German Engineer, Chinese Airport
2103
Zen Summer Camp
Chinese Yo-Yos
2108
Peking Opera Costumes
Peking Opera Clubhouse
2113
Hangzhou Tea Culture
Silk Fit for Emperors
2104
Memories of China’s Railways
Guild Hall Chaozhou Embroidery
2109
A French Photographer’s Beijing
Beijing Art Factory
The Great Wall
 
2105
Qiang Family Homestay
Ousu Sculpture
2110
Zhang’s Replica Workshop
Farmer Yu’s Sculpture Garden
2300 Series
30-Minute Weekly TV Magazine    
Join host Mary Windishar on-location in Dunhuang, in China’s Gansu Province, and discover one of the world’s greatest treasure chests of ancient Buddhist artwork. You’ll see this and other amazing sites around Dunhuang — a historic trading post on China’s western frontier.

This special series includes on-location episodes (ICHI 2309-2313) that capture the artwork of   China’s earliest civilizations… and the tapestry of cultures still thriving on the Silk Road today.

2301
Tibetan Private School
Buddha Grottos
2306
Huang Yongyu, Artist and Icon
Geng Yuexin, Bamboo Master Calligraphy Kids
2311
Xuanzang the Monk The Best of Xian
Making Music on the Silk Road
2302
Zhang’s Sporting Goods
Lucky Jade
Luo Tiancheng, Welding Artist
2307
Raising Rice, Growing Families
Away at Boarding School
2312
When Silk Was Gold
Suzhou Embroiderer
2303
Lions Protect the Dead
Mongolian Wedding
2308
Tibetan Cowboys
Taoist Temple on a Mount
Passing the Imperial Exam
2313
Chinese Orchestra in Vienna
Chinese Treasures
 2304
Land of Snacks Purple Clay Teapot Shanghai Nights
2309
Devotion to Dunhuang Frescoes
Kesi Tapestries
Silk for a Suitor
2305
Old Man and the Sea God
Mysterious Murals
2310
Dancing Murals
The Return of Turandot
Moonlight Dance
Host Mary Windishar in Dunhuang 
Purchase DVD
CUSTOM COPIES OF SERIES
We do not have pre-packaged DVDs of our television weekly series or specials. However, as a service to our viewers and educational institutions, we are glad to make copies on a per-request basis.
Title: Inside China
Series: 25
Episodes: 13 each series (total: 325 episodes)
Length: 30 minutes each episode
Format: DVD; each contains two consecutive episodes (eg. 101-102)
Production Year: 1997-2007
Availability: Allow 2-3 Weeks for processing and shipping.
Price:

  • 1 DVD : $35.00 plus shipping and handling
  • 2-5 DVDs: $30.00 each DVD plus shipping and handling
  • 6 or more DVDs: $25.00 each DVD plus shipping and handling
  • One 13-Episode Series (7 DVDs): $150.00 plus shipping and handling

SHIPPING & HANDLING Usually ships in 3-4 business days.

Shipping and handling in the U.S. is $5.00 for the first DVD and $2.00 for each additional DVD. For international shipments, prices will vary.

PAYMENT METHODS
Cashier’s Check / Money Order 
Send a Cashier’s Check or Money Order for the correct amount (including shipping and handling) to the address below. Make the check payable to “D3 Productions, Inc.” Please indicate the title of the DVD(s) and the number of copies in your order. We do not accept personal checks.

Mail to:
D3 Productions, Inc.
7700 Edgewater Drive, Suite 248
Oakland, CA 94621