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Кто в китае скажите он всё тамже- в китайском телевизори и на странице журнала ? Душка

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MikeInterpreter
16 years ago

Да Шань его зовут. Стыдитесь :-)

А в Китае он каждые 5 минут в рекламе мелькает. Вышел, так сказать, в тираж :-)

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редиsKin掉裤
16 years ago

Да да стыжусь
я русскую транскрипцию..люблю..ну дык и как поживает идол сей?

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MikeInterpreter
16 years ago

я с ним не знаком... вижу только по телевизору.

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hoax
16 years ago

Вы уж лучше сразу приобретите его видеокурс китайского.и приятно...и полезно! 😉

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Faith
15 years ago
Вы уж лучше сразу приобретите его видеокурс китайского.и приятно...и полезно! 😉

У меня есть этот курс! Я по нему китайский и английский учу 😆 😆 😆

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редиsKin掉裤
15 years ago

Смейтесь смейтесь, однажды этому ч-ку дадут Оскара

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Faith
15 years ago
Смейтесь смейтесь, однажды этому ч-ку дадут Оскара

Кто смеется-то, я же наоборот хвалю, купила диски DA SHAN, что бы китайский учить, а за одно и инглишь учить начала 😉

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hoax
15 years ago
Кто смеется-то, я же наоборот хвалю, купила диски ДА шань, что бы китайский учить, а за одно и инглишь учить начала 😉

ну и как?есть результат? 😉

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Makarovskiy
15 years ago

大山_Not rulezz!我可不相信,没有别人比他厉害!不知道你们的想法但我根本不喜欢他!!!

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Неунывающий
15 years ago

Уж как я-то 不喜欢 - у-у-у!!! >😞 😆 >😞 😆 "Пиливоцикэ, не, ты - не Да Шань!", "Учись, будешь как Да Шань по-китайски говорить!", "А вот у нас в Китае есть Да Шань - это голова!"... Уже и имя себе красивое китайское придумал, и Китай хвалю - ничего не помогает! 😆 😆 😆

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Xiaoliang
15 years ago
大山_Not rulezz!我可不相信,没有别人比他厉害!不知道你们的想法但我根本不喜欢他!!!

Ya-ya!!! kakoi to on po-amerikanski slashavo-prilornii . skoro allergiya na nego budet na kazdom uglu ego face. Kstati on na avatarchik tvoi pohozh (ili u menya uzhe allergiya nachalas) 😆 😆

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guo83
15 years ago

“2006春节外国人中华才艺大赛”--Кто пойдет? Кто на что горазд? 😁

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hoax
15 years ago

а вот еще...

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Tuman
15 years ago

Да Шань молодец. Попал в струю, понял, как себя надо вести в эфире и какой образ более востребован. Хороший актер, замечательный китаист. Похоже, у него в жизни все сложилось. Я искренне рад за таких людей.

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Irenka
15 years ago

Люди, вместо того, чтобы завидовать - учитесь сами, учитесь у других лучшему, и .т.д. А Да Шань действительно молодец, подумаешь, повезло, пригласили на кино , потом раскрутили, но он же сам тоже и китайский осваивает, и много работает. Давайте брать с него пример. 🙂

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BJSonline
15 years ago

Пересекался с Дашанем в 2001 году - участвовал дябином в программе о нём. 😁 На сцене ведет себя замечательно: скромно, выдержано. Шутки накатаные, в тупик поставить практически невозможно, умеет уйти от каверзных вопросов - опыт.
Но вне сцены (обедали вдвоем в столовке телестудии) выглядит уставшим от жизни. Отвечает односложно и вообще как-то молчалив. Это, конечно, впечатление от одной встречи и потому абсолютное ИМХО. :🙂

Время проводит пополам в Китае и Канаде. В Китае у него телепрограмма, в Канаде - компания, типа фонда. Вобщем, устроился человек. 8) А то что он "слащаво-приторный", так америкосы все такие. Канадцы хоть в руках себя держат. Менталитет-с. 😉

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taifeng
14 years ago

Хочу заново поднять тему!!! :🙂
Думаю что мы имеем дело с феноменом который нужно распотрошить и сделать что-то вроде "курс молодого бойца"!
Многие ведь и в кино снимались, и на телевидение попадали...а воспользовался кто?
Было бы интересно узнать весь путь становления Да Шаня!
"старики" может кто помнит как он начинал...и вообще эволюцию!
какие качества помогли ему пробиться в китайском обществе?
смог бы он повторить все в сейчас?
какова вероятность другому лаоваю сделать что-либо подобное?
в каких сферах? каким образом?
а парень-то не промах!!
"Больше Да Шаней! Всяких и разных!!!!!

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редиsKin掉裤
14 years ago

думается, вопрос 大山是怎样练成的 еще долго будет волновать умы 😆

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Eugenе
14 years ago
Было бы интересно узнать весь путь становления Да Шаня!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da_Shan

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Bad_Girl
14 years ago
На сцене ведет себя замечательно: скромно, выдержано. Шутки накатаные, в тупик поставить практически невозможно, умеет уйти от каверзных вопросов - опыт.
Но вне сцены (обедали вдвоем в столовке телестудии) выглядит уставшим от жизни. Отвечает односложно и вообще как-то молчалив.

А вы сами попробуйте постоянно "болтать" на публике...
Конечно,вне сцены уже не хочется(или не можется) улыбаться и хочется просто помолчать

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taifeng
14 years ago
Было бы интересно узнать весь путь становления Да Шаня!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Da_Shan

2Eugenе
Сысочка не работает то!!! 😋
и потом хотелось бы услышать людей у которых на глазах все происходило! и кто в курсах как это все было!
и обсудить как это произошло и почему🙄?? 🙄 :🙂

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Eugenе
14 years ago

Ой, извините, забыл, что в Китае Вики забанена. Копирую сюда:

Dashan

Dashan (大山, pinyin: Dàshān, lit. "Big Mountain") is the Chinese stage name adopted by Canadian Mark Rowswell, a native of Ottawa, Ontario. His original Chinese name, as given by his Canadian Chinese-language teacher, was Lu Shiwei (路世伟).

Dashan occupies a unique position as a foreign national who has become a bona fide domestic celebrity in China. Dashan is perhaps the most famous Westerner in China, yet he is virtually unknown in the West.

Rowswell graduated from the University of Toronto in 1988. He then came to China as an overseas student at Peking University, studying Chinese language, and became a fluent speaker of Mandarin. He first appeared on Chinese television to host an international singing competition in November 1988. The following month, he was invited to perform a comedic skit on national television during a New Years Eve variety special, to an estimated audience of 550 million people. The name "Dashan" ("big mountain" in Chinese) comes from the character Rowswell played in this skit, entitled Ye gui (夜归), which literally propelled him to national stardom overnight.

Due to the abrupt nature of Dashan's rise to fame, he has been called an "accidental celebrity". However, his subsequent longevity and continuing prominence in the Chinese media almost two decades later suggest something more substantive than mere accident. Many foreign nationals appear regularly on Chinese television, and foreigners fluent in the Chinese language are no longer a rarity. Yet no other foreign national has come close to the level of recognition and popularity in China enjoyed by Dashan.

Following Rowswell's first appearance as "Dashan", he began formal study of xiangsheng (a traditional form of "crosstalk" comedy) with his mentor, China's foremost comedian Jiang Kun. In December 1989, Dashan became the first foreigner to be formally accepted into the strict xiangsheng hierarchy as a member of the "9th generation," a move that caused considerable controversy in Chinese performing arts circles at the time. Xiangsheng is often called "the art of comedic language", and as such is regarded in China as a highly skilled form of performing art beyond the reach of most native speakers, much less a foreigner.

Through the 1990s, Dashan appeared frequently on national and regional television programs across China to perform xiangsheng, including several appearances on CCTV's annual television program celebrating the Chinese New Year Gala Chunjie Wanhui (春节晚会) in 1998 and 1999. This program is easily the most influential annual television event in China, with an estimated audience of 900 million to 1 billion viewers. Appearances on this and other programs gained Dashan wide recognition throughout China.

Having made his name performing xiangsheng, Dashan later became better known as a freelance host of many varied television programs and live events, especially those with an international focus and requiring a bilingual MC. He has also co-produced and hosted numerous language education programs, to teach both English and Chinese. Dashan continues to be a popular performer and on-air personality on Chinese television to this day.

In recent years, Dashan has expanded into dramatic acting, often to portray other famous foreigners in Chinese history. In 2005, he played the lead role in a 24-part television series Palace Artist broadcast by China Central Television, as the 18th century Italian Jesuit painter Giuseppe Castiglione. In 2006, Dashan performed the lead role in "Red Star Over China", a stage play based on the life and work of the American reporter Edgar Snow.

Dashan's name and image can often be seen in commercial endorsements for various Chinese and international companies. Dashan is also active as a spokesperson for several charity organizations, primarily involved with cancer prevention as well as environmental protection. In 2004, Dashan received a rare "Special Recognition Award" from the Canadian Cancer Society for his work on a joint Canada-China cancer prevention program.

In 2006, Dashan was awarded the Key to the City of Ottawa, in recognition of his outstanding achievements as a native of Ottawa. In 2004, Dashan was chosen as one of ten "Outstanding Youth of Beijing." This marked the first time a foreign national has received this award, one of the highest honours granted by the Beijing authorities. In 1999, the University of Toronto selected Dashan as one of "100 Alumni Who Shaped the Century." In 1999, TIME Magazine selected Dashan as one of the "Leaders for the 21st Century." In 1998, New Weekly Magazine chose Dashan as one of the "Outstanding People of the Past 20 Years." In 1995, the National Film Board of Canada produced a documentary, directed by Guy Nantel, called Dashan, Ambassador to China's Funny Bone.

Perception
Despite being highly popular among the Chinese people, Dashan is unpopular among some Western residents in China.

Negative feelings often result from the frustration many foreign nationals have with learning the Chinese language. Westerners who speak Chinese are almost invariably compared with Dashan, who is seen as having set an impossibly high standard to attain.

In fact, Dashan's abilities in Chinese are in-line with many other foreigners in China today. This is perhaps another source of resentment among foreign nationals in China, who are baffled at the level of popularity Dashan enjoys. Clearly, simply being a Chinese-speaking Caucasian is not enough to explain the uniqueness of Dashan's popularity and success.

Dashan's performances are largely in Chinese and, even when including bilingual (English/Chinese) content, are targeted a primarily at a Chinese audience. This creates not only a language barrier, but also a cultural barrier for most non-Chinese viewers. This leads in turn to a suspicion that this Chinese-speaking foreigner constitutes little more than a "monkey show" to Chinese television viewers. However, there is no widespread perception among Chinese television viewers that Dashan is an object of ridicule. Instead, Dashan is widely regarded by the Chinese as a role model of cross-cultural understanding, respect and international friendship.

Dashan has also been criticised for his apparent unwillingness to use his influential position in China to become more involved in political issues. Much of this negative feeling stems from his 'persona of cheerfulness' and 'look on the bright side' approach. Others note that this is simply the norm for all television performers in China, whether they be Chinese or foreign nationals.

Regardless of the negative feelings held by some, others feel Dashan is a pioneer who has overcome traditional stereotypes that suggested the Chinese language and culture were simply too complex for foreigners to master or understand. Dashan has helped to create a whole new image for foreigners in China. China's official state newspaper People's Daily once concluded "Dashan is a foreigner, but not an outsider".

Brush with scandal
In 2005, a television program hosted by Dashan was mentioned during testimony before the Gomery Commission in Canada. According to the Gomery Commission, the advertising company that sponsored an educational series hosted by Dashan received funding from a government program accused of mismanagement. The 26-part series, called Dashan and Friends in Canada (随大山商访加拿大), was broadcast in China and received an award from the Chinese Ministry of Radio, Film and Television in 1998.

The Gomery Commission's fact-finding report eventually cleared the advertising company of any wrongdoing. Dashan was not personally implicated in the incident. However, his brush with scandal created tremendous interest and speculation in the Chinese tabloid media.

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Bad_Girl
14 years ago

ой,так всего много,и так мелко(может мне шрифт поменять 🙄)
Завтра прочитаю...не обижайтесь...Ну интересно ведь,я думаю 😉

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