CHINA: A CENTURY OF REVOLUTION is a six-hour tour de force journey through the country's most tumultuous period. First televised on PBS, this award-winning documentary series presents an ... See full summary »
A documentary on China, concentrating mainly on the faces of the people, filmed in the areas they were allowed to visit. The 220 minute version consists of three parts. The first part, ... See full summary »
Give it a watch - it is a documentary about all the important things
This documentary explains every important thing you need to know about current China. They have a lot of poverty and with it they have pollution, lack of education and a lack of democracy. The leaders are trying to improve China's economy and make sure that no one rebels and destroys what they have built so far. China has had so many conflicts and wars during its history that this is their single biggest concern - conflict. But with poor people they need to improve their living standards each single year with a measurable degree if they don't want big demonstrations. This is what they are doing. But getting farmers to move to cities is easier said than done. Will they succeed in becoming a well functioning country or will they experience conflicts again? And can they let go of non-functioning communism and Confucianism?
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