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India's first shaolin master


Shaolin fighters used to be unheard of in India. But one man has made a name for himself by becoming the country's first shaolin master after learning shaolin kung fu in China. In Uttarakhand, CGTN's Shweta Bajaj met Kanishka Sharma, whose love for the ancient martial art inspired him to train a new generation of warriors.

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India's first shaolin master


Shaolin fighters used to be unheard of in India. But one man has made a name for himself by becoming the country's first shaolin master after learning shaolin kung fu in China. In Uttarakhand, CGTN's Shweta Bajaj met Kanishka Sharma, whose love for the ancient martial art inspired him to train a new generation of warriors.

 

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INDIA'S FIRST SHAOLIN MASTER CREDITS

Producer/Director/Correspondent:Shweta Bajaj

Cameraman:Indish Batra

Editor:Ravi Bajpai

 

 

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Turkey's last Anatolian nomads


For generations, Anatolian nomads in Turkey have sustained their traditional lifestyle. Theirs is a life of constant migration in search of better conditions for themselves and their livestock. But as Michal Bardavid reports from Konya in Turkey, their population is dwindling and their nomadic existence is under threat.

Turkey's last Anatolian nomads


For generations, Anatolian nomads in Turkey have sustained their traditional lifestyle. Theirs is a life of constant migration in search of better conditions for themselves and their livestock. But as Michal Bardavid reports from Konya in Turkey, their population is dwindling and their nomadic existence is under threat.

 

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TURKEY'S LAST ANATOLIAN NOMADS CREDITS

 

Cameraman and editor: Mark Esplin

Fixer/Producer: Michal Bardavid

 

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A modern-day hermit in China


Urbanization may be sweeping large parts of China, but some people still prefer to live in seclusion in far-flung areas, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. One of them is a young woman who left the city to live in a small hut on a mountain, choosing to lead a quiet and traditional life. Assignment Asia visited Zhongnan Mountain in Xian, which a photographer named Xiangzi now calls home.

A modern-day hermit in China


Urbanization may be sweeping large parts of China, but some people still prefer to live in seclusion in far-flung areas, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. One of them is a young woman who left the city to live in a small hut on a mountain, choosing to lead a quiet and traditional life. Assignment Asia visited Zhongnan Mountain in Xian, which a photographer named Xiangzi now calls home.

 

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a modern-day hermit in china CREDITS

Producer/Correspondent/Editor: Wang Sisi

Cameraman: Yang Hongwei