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Rhythm in Wulu Village
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DUKE CAMPUS—Two Taiwanese documentaries bring the Far East to Duke's East Campus in its Screen Society's Cine East: East Asian Cinema program. First up is the 50-minute Bohemians in Taipei: The Life of Theatre, an Asian version of the starving-artist conundrum that follows a group of artists in Taipei committed to the art of theater. Afterward, the 74-minute Rhythm in Wulu Village weaves music into its search for a balance between traditional culture and modern technology. Both films utilize English subtitles. The documentaries run back to back tonight at 8 p.m. in the Richard White Lecture Hall on East Campus. Check out for more info. —Karlie Justus

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