A walk around the musical history of the Asian Giant: From the most ancestral tradition to the most recent underground, in this CD-book format with a great presentation.
Content of the CD:
1.- Holy Incense - Sa Dinging
2.- Off String - Chang Jing
3.- Koino Bakansu - Jiang Xiaoqing & Fei Jianrong
4.- Ye he wan shi xing - Zuoxiao Zuzhou
5.- Sanaaljal - Urna
6.- Feng qiu huang - Da Qiao Xiao Qiao
7.- Mou tian xia wu - Zhong tong xi
8.- The River Of Rain - Fei Jianrong
9.- Saima - Cao Xuejing
10.- Zuojiaodiao - Yan Wanhua
11.- The Ambush - Liu Fang
12.- Chang Xiangsi - Zhu Changyao
13.- Donzoku no sato no yoru - Li Kinchi
14.- A Long Journey - Dalilu Han
15.- Kansangetsu - Nanjing Song
16.- Hanjing Canxue - Dai Shuhong And Others
Hergé met Tchang Tchong-Jen, a young Chinese student of art at the Louvain Academy of Fine Arts. They got on well soon and became good friends. (We can recognize it in the character Tchang, the Chinese friend of Tintin). Through long conversations with Tchang, Hergé managed to deepen into the knowledge of the culture of China, moving away from the clichés that Chinese people have about Europeans, absolutely far away from reality. The friendship with Tchang lasted all their lives, in fiction and reality.
After Garrapata's last adventure, accounted in "El Pirata Garrapata en China" (Tick Pirate in China), this funny incident arrives with Mandarin Chamuskín.
In this constant peregrination around the world, Garrapata and his loyal partner, Carafoca, have been imprisoned in a terrible Chinese prison. But both pirates do not surrender before anything. He manage to escape and reach the court of Emperor Shi Hoang Ti.
Eric and his family travel to India to visit an uncle of his. During the trip, Eric gets lost in Bombay, a city with more than fifteen million inhabitants and where hundreds of cows wander about. There he finds Krishna, who helps him find his family and lead him to a mysterious and fascinating land.
A novel of adventures, discoveries and friendship in the exotic city of Bombay, where eric will learn to live in India.
Indicated for readers from 9 years old and over (orange version of the collection El vaixell de vapor). Novel edited only in Catalan language.
Hello, my name is Aruna and I would like to tell you my story. I am an adopted child in India. I was born in Calcutta three and a half years ago and when I was 18-months old my parents went to look for me to my country.
Aruna's story is a nice story about the adoption of an Indian gril which covers the issue of diversity and international adoption.
Children from 4 years old.