|Film Description:||An unedited travelogue film made by Arthur and Kate Tode in 1930, depicting then Canton [now Guangdong] China, in the pre-Revolution period.|
Some footage of people in traditional dress, footage of the countryside and rice paddies from a train window. arriving in an unidentified city, [Guangdong?] where there are more shots taken from a moving car or rickshaw of street-life in the city. Men play cards outside. Later, a temple. An upper-class Chinese family as tourists.
|Film Creator:||Arthur and Kate Tode (Kahop)|
|Topics:||Guangdong, Canton, Railroads, Train travel, Tourism, City life|
|Tags:||Canton | City life | Guangdong | Railroads | Tourism | Train travel|
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