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A Stroll Around Peking

China, 1960 (MIFF 1961, Programme 37)

Director: Chiang Yun-chuan, Ho Chung-hsing

The film starts with morning in Peking and introduces us to the capital as it may be seen during a day's tour. Although historical monuments are shown we also see the changes of the last ten years.

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