Within the curse of the golden flower, there is special emphasis on the specific features of the Chinese martial art. In the west as well as in the East, Martial art is of special significance. However, it does have a moderate level of difference in polarization. There are films in the west that do deal with fight scenes and tend to deliberately slow down the action sequences so vivid that the Chinese martial arts films are now used to use different levels of quick shots, and also comply with the process of manufacturing as well as supplying the quick and highly intense atmosphere that is derived from martial arts (Rosenstone, 2006). This is certainly a very important and intriguing phenomenon, primarily due to the formation of the core differences that exist among western and eastern audiences that view their experience to accumulate the personal ideas.
The exercise or problem format was going to be the same, but since we worked as groups we managed to negotiate and bring some of our individualities to the task. In particular, in our group we made use of more extensive technology and e-presentation tools that were helpful for participants. In other groups, there was more emphasis on the exploration aspects of the work rather than the display and demonstration aspects. Secondly, this form of learning also helped us in addressing learning gaps in our style of learning. Learning gaps are usually present in students, which might prevent or might deter a student from learning something efficiently or might deter them from moving beyond a knowledge block the student faces. This form of learning our way of working on a task, helped reveal to us the aspects which challenged our learning. For instance, in my case, the form of learning that was used helped me understand how communication was a block for me. It stopped me from connecting with others in an easier way, and also deterred me in taking the first steps towards inquiring on some doubts I had etc. So in this activity, I was able to identify these blocks myself.
The government intervention in cinema in line with the policy aims is not always clear or consistent. It has been seen that the stand taken against the global power of Hollywood has emerged to be a focal point. Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation and Warner Bros have both taken a step back from making China media investment reason being that it is difficult to work in such uncertain environment (Leiwei, 2007). Ziang’s concern was to bring the political and commercial aspect of production industry underlines significant problems hindering the growth in film production.