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Asians were making paper while the Europeans were still picking fleas off each others back.
paper is for noobs
I wonder if any companies or persons have patents on paper?
this was produced long before "chinas new bank". chibots are really funny.
now i can make my own roll!
The autocrats in Beijing are so over-the-top crazy and control freaks that this paper making process is probably illegal, lord knows that this website is BANNED along with many, many others
I ♥ paper! Mulberry with fibers is some of the greatest ever for painting and supporting cannabis farmers in China is as easy as ordering a sheet of landscape paper.
One of the cool things that the Tales scholar hinted at, but didn't fully explore, is rare book replication.I worked at a museum that had an extensive paleontology exhibit, and we would explain to a lot of patrons that many of the fossils were replicas because the original fossils were too rare to be on display.Now imagine if this were applied to books? Anyone could buy Sir Newton's Mathematica, each school had copies of Shakespeare's original works, ect.That would create a demand for papermakers, caligraphers, bookbinders, and all those out-of-work BA's making versions that explain older books (like the half page Shakespeare books) and at the same time, do it by cherishing our heritage.
(Plus, they might figure out how to replicate old book smell….)
That music harkens for a rub and tug.
Cool documentary, It kinda inspired me to make some work progress at my duties hahaha
Chris….I love your Journey To The East episode! Love learning about another ancient lost art. Keep 'em coming!
How ironic, once a super power of culture, economic and technology. And now.
Hmm… I never though I was writing on the skin of murder trees. : P
Did you know you can make paper from animal poo as well… I think camel/ elephant/ horse poo. In fact I believe traditional way of making paper is the only sustainable method and will come back maybe even beat the e-books…
Chris as usual, thanks for the share. Excellent as usual.
fantastic watch!Thank you. 🙂
When told, "The agreement is not worth the paper it's written on", one wonders if perhaps cheap paper makes for cheap agreements…
I hope youtube could add a feature to hide comments from certain users. I hope I can block XX moon's comments, which are annoying.
"In Chinese, it's called Go(or Gou)". No, it's not, it's called Jiao, or something else, but defiantly not Go(or Gou).
Thanks for another great Journey to the East! Hopefully there will be one dedicated to ceramics.
Really interesting! 🙂 Thanks for uploading this!
Favorite Line: "I think what's important is your state of mind. You need a good state of mind in order to choose the right materials, and this determines whether the quality will be good or bad. If your state of mind is not good, then the work will be sloppy, and the finished product won't be as good."
After watching this video I am convinced you are definitely an agent of the CIA.
Sarcastic suspicions aside you are one of the few subscriptions that I actively follow. When I watch one of your videos I actually don't think I'm wasting my time which I suppose is a good thing.
I also would be more interested in hearing details about various business scams and business ethical misconceptions that are so abundant with regards to China and Chinese business men and women and OFFICIALS. I would love to see some videos from a perspective of a businessman first entering China then the general information about where to find things how to find things, local reliable sources of information.
I would especially be interested in what are known as "cautionary tales" with regards to how various business men and women have been burned by dealings with China. I'm interested in the various pitfalls that may befall a new venture into China. Look at it from this point of view, my favorite expression in the whole world is "That a young professional knows the rules, but an old professional knows the exceptions". I think you can do at least, one episode on clearing Chinese customs alone.
Well other than that keep up the good work.
The great Communist party of China has the best paper in the whole world.
Wow, I learn something
At first I thought I could do it but as soon as I seen the machine I was like "yeah nope I guess I ain't trying this anymore."
Heart warming and heart breaking at the same time.
We have to be grateful to China. Without the invention of paper, can we imagine how we wipe our asses today?
Despite its industrial culture, here in the Northwest paper is a big one.
do u know? ~ccp pay 7cents for every supportive comment for their bloody gvmt. fock it~
CCP HIRED MANY OF THESE TROLL SHITS AROUND , U REPLY MORE , THEY GOT MORE PAID !
Finally something the communist chinese can be proud of. I only wipe my ass with the finest chinese toilet paper. Thanks comrades.
my god this was a n epic video thank you so much for this just amazing
Hemp makes better paper faster as well to grow and process.
Great video.Although, I must ask. Wasn't it the Ancient Egyptions who were the first to make paper?
Okay wait… the father and son making paper are korean.. not chinese…just saying
What happen to huong do?
Geez can't you guys just have a nice calm discussion about paper. Ha!, I couldn't type that w a straight face! China Un rocks! I'm hooked.
This is Korean
WHY THE ARGUING??? This a DOCUMENTARY about papermaking, NOT A IDEOLOGICAL DEBATE!!
Asian techniques baby.
LOL falun gong taoist-buddhist barbarians invented paper? are you serious? ahahahahahahaha what a joke. go hop on your cantonese merchant ship, weirdo capitalist barbarian feudal idiots.
by the way, traditional Confucianism has always been against the two superstitious religions: barbarian buddhism and feudalistic taoism. lofty scholars like Han Yu during the degenerate tang dynasty spoke the truth about buddhism and taoism in defense of Confucian civilization.
falun gong dislikes China today b/c the PRC is striving to uphold Confucian tradition and civilization to a much greater degree than taoist-buddhist superstitious religions like falun gong does; in fact, part of Confucian civilization is to denounce buddhist, taoist, and merchant/trade (i.e., capitalistic) barbarism.
thanks Chris. Please look at the gem stone trade in rural China. Keep up the good work.
Where is the Taiwanese paper mill? I live in Taoyuan and would love to see this.
fking old hag is annoying
it took me 20 minutes to figure out paper doesn't have a menu screen.
what is the title of your background music?
This is so cool.
Really, really awesome. Well done.
Papermaking is going away because people rarely even write anymore. There are schools in this world that do not even learn kids to write properly anymore. People are happy to have an ereader with ebooks so Amazon and other parties can update the books and delete books from your library. This is wat you pay for.
I take pride in my fountain pens and my penmanship, and everyone else should as well. I will gladly pay a premium for good paper for the ink and pen I happen to be using at the time. And that includes handmade paper.
loved it, quite interesting for sure.
Pls ban this Michael Tsang and Shangai noon they are becoming really anoying always trying to pick fights and stuff, i could bet they are from the 50 cent army or retards thks Chris
"The most important thing is that this gets passed on doesn't have to be related by blood" I paraphrased a little but that is the most important thing about anything. I would be honored to learn this technique
More videos like this.
I wonder what the Bible looked like before paper. who wrote the Bible and transfered the Bible to paper. did the person do any changes, left out something?
mucilage substance is added, called neri, which is extracted from the roots of the plant tororo-aoi
When I first saw the paper lady I found it was Jean Stapleton!
Working in those paper place in Asian seem to be quite relax.
i became slightly less impressed when I saw the stainless steel shredder.
So China really made paper?? what about the scrolls that they had in Moses's day and the paper they had in Paul's day?
Wonderful job guys! Thank you so much for this documentary.
who goes to the library to get a book on how to make paper?just google it man, jeez. damn baby boomers amirite
Ever heard of papyrus plants? Egyptians (thee real ones not the Arab immigrants that destroyed the country with Islam) used them to make paper long before Anyone in China thought about it.Just for those who believe everything they are told on the internet. Nice show,but historical accuracy is not their main thing.
Paper-making could reasonably be described as an early information technology. Without something on which to write, literacy is pretty pointless.
what is the actual name of the dispersion agent?
This is the kind of stuff the CCP wants its people to forget about. It honestly breaks my heart.
That one almost made me cry; I have a personal connection to paper.
had i he means, I'd go to korea to learn the craft from the Jangs.
Nyeh heh heh oops I thought it said papyrus
I wonder. Who cares what some ancient people say? I mean, sure it can be important, it can be some superstitious nonsense. What I mean though is: why does it matter who came up with something? if it's 'fabricated' or some ancient record doesn't really matter. what matters is what is written, not when it was written or by whom or if it's just digital, on paper, chiseled in a rock or bent over plants in a corn field forming the text.
What is the dispersion agent she adds in the 6:18 minute?
Why are they speaking Korean? Aren't they supposed to be Chinese?
though in terms of preservation parchment or vellum was much more sturdy.
My sister was listening to the audio and she asked if someone was getting kidnapped.
I love videos like this. They are like gemstones in the electric mist that when found enrich my life. I love the internet because something like this can be sifted if one searches carefully. These days I am writing on rare and expensive paper with a fountain pen while sitting on a wooden bench near blooming roses and hoping it will rain.
Love how Asians (in traditional thinking) insist that one's state of mind is essential to the outcome of something they do. I've heard Japanese artists/artisans say this too. I don't know it artisanship is commonplace in China, so this surprises me. I thought maybe the Mao regime had destroyed traditional Chinese art culture. This is refreshing.
why is youtube unsubscribing me ? WTactualF !
Having visited the paper making museum in Hangzhou, China I can appreciate this wonderful film even more.
amazing, thank you.
Yet, China does not have enough toilet paper for its people to use.
Very touching, very beautiful! <3 <3 <3 As an artist, a writer and printing and publishing worker, I totally value paper.
I have certain kinds of paper on hand here for various necessary purposes, and I have stuff I wrote on paper from a quarter century and longer ago saved back to eventually be transcribed into digital, but will never get rid of the original paper copies.
How many people were aware that some companies are working on re-writable plastic fireproof film sheets to replace paper completely as a document recording medium? https://www.archives.gov/preservation/family-archives/storing
I was looking for some older documents but apparently they are waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back down the bribe-for-exposure rankings of Gobble now.
What a waste of time
what is that machine used to cut up the bark into smaller pieces called? 5:33
I am commenting before seeing the end of this video, but I remember being in Rainy Lake, Minnesota in the US several times where there was and still may be a huge paper mill where they go from wood pulp to the finished product. The process is so incredibly stinky that the air pollution spreads for 30 miles in every direction. It is ungodly awful and almost takes one's breath away. Major money maker though, presumably.
Can he pass the paper making to me ? I can continue their generation of paper making
Why did God not ask the Chinese how to make paper because than he wouldn't have to put his law on stone tablets.It would be a lot easier for the poor Jews to carry along.
Very interesting and not quite what I was expecting on China Uncensored 🙂
Copyright 2011, so this was what Chris was doing before China Uncensored?
Nowadays because of global warming people are encourage to use less paper to prevent from tree cutting. But nowadays there are even worse forest fires are happening. How many trees and lifes are been killed and burnt?
Good and Positive mind will always make a person better.
I appreciate how China uncensored respects the people but opposes the oppressive government. This is how it should be. Thanks for the balanced approach.
I love this!!!!! I want to buy some real paper!!!!! Hahahahahahahaha xD
Prelude music plays“Hey, that’s the music from Terragenesis!”
Holy cow … too much work to make paper.
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