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Finding Samuel Lowe: From Harlem to China (2014)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 25 July 2014 (Jamaica)
A former television executive and her two older brothers go on a search to find out what happened to their Chinese maternal grandfather, who left their mother in the 1930s in Jamaica.

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Jeanette Kong
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Credited cast:
Paula Madison Paula Madison ... Herself (as Paula Williams Madison)
Elrick Williams Elrick Williams ... Himself
Howard Williams Howard Williams ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vincent J. Chang Vincent J. Chang ... Himself
Anthony 'Harry' Harrison Anthony 'Harry' Harrison ... Himself
Ouida Harrison Ouida Harrison ... Herself
Andrea Lowe Andrea Lowe ... Herself
Anthony 'Tony' Lowe Anthony 'Tony' Lowe ... Himself
Chow Woo Lowe Chow Woo Lowe ... Himself
Keith Lowe Keith Lowe ... Himself
Loraine Lowe Loraine Lowe ... Herself
Minjun Luo Minjun Luo ... Himself
Siqi Luo Siqi Luo ... Herself
Seth George Ramocan Seth George Ramocan ... Himself
Carol Wong Carol Wong ... Herself
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A former television executive and her two older brothers go on a search to find out what happened to their Chinese maternal grandfather, who left their mother in the 1930s in Jamaica.

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English

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Simply Powerful.
16 February 2018 | by spellingbeeqSee all my reviews

This documentary was mainly so powerful because Paula Madison herself came to visit us-during the 2018 Chinese New Year celebration-at my school. Several things that I've learned: I should never forget the Chinese value of respect and genuine caring for other people for the sake of caring for them. I should remember that though there are people who judge us and think we should act or even think this way or that, that if we believe in our own principles enough and have power and inherent strength in us, we can turn it around and show these doubters that we stand on the right side of things; that we are the ones to lead others towards a better, more beautiful and happy future. And, finally-though there are still more to remember-that we are the only ones able to honor our ancestors, that we have the power to shape their legacy, because it is us who decide to remember them or to lose them. And I choose to remember.


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