Chinese director Lu Chuan’s latest film “Born in China” premiered last Friday. A young director with high inspirations, Lu teamed up with Disneynature to turn his camera on China’s most precious animals: the giant panda, the golden snub-nosed monkey, and the snow leopard. Lu and his crew spent three years filming wild animals, including three months searching for the snow leopard in Tibet. Culture Express host Ji Xiaojun sat down with the prolific filmmaker to talk about making China’s first-ever nature film and how starting a family has changed him.
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