Foreign language films
Eyesteelfilm ; YuanFang Media ; Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds through the Theatrical Documentary Program present ; written & directed by Yun Chang ; produced by Bob Moore ... [et al.]. 張僑勇 鳳兮 孫少光, 齊漠祥. 何宗禮. 繆雲飛. 趙忠. 葉新春. ; ; Yung Chang, (Film director); Bob Moore, (Film producer); Hannele Halm; Xi Feng, (Film editor); Shaoguang Sun; Olivier Alary; Moxiang Qi; Zongli He; Yunfei Mou; Zhong Zhao; Xinchun Ye; Eyesteelfilm (Firm); YuanFang Media.; Telefilm Canada.; Rogers Group of Funds.; Zeitgeist Films.; et al
|语言注释：||In Mandarin with optional subtitles in traditional Chinese and English.|
|注意：||Originally released in 2012.
Bonus: deleted scenes ; theatrical trailer.
|制作人员：||Editor, Hannele Halm, Feng Xi ; cinematographer, Sun Shaoguang ; composer, Olivier Alary.|
|演员：||Featuring: Qi Moxiang, He Zongli, Mou Yunfei, Zhao Zhong, Ye Xinchun.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (89 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD; NTSC; region 1; widescreen, 16:9; Dolby digital 2.0.|
|其他题名：||Qian chui bai lian|
|责任：||Eye Steel Film ; YuanFang Media ; Telefilm Canada and the Rogers Group of Funds through the Theatrical Documentary Program present ; written & directed by Yun Chang ; produced by Bob Moore ... [et al.].|
Profiles the ever-changing Chinese economic landscape through the view of the sport of boxing. Filmmaker Yung Chang follows boxing coach Qi Moxiang as he travels across China's Sichuan province recruiting young fighting talent from impoverished farms and villages. Selected boys and girls are taken to national training centers in hopes of becoming Olympic heroes, but can they leave their families behind to become boxing's finest?
在线教育媒体评论（Educational Media Reviews Online） (1)
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This video provides fascinating insights into todayâs rural China and Chinese methods for developing world-class athletes. Mao Zedong banned boxing in China in 1959 as too violent and too Western. The ban was lifted in 1989. The film opens with the recruiting of young men and women to Coach Qi Moxiangâs...