Made in China
Migrants in Rural China

Made in China - Migrants in Rural China
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Janice

Beginning statement in film - Westerners came to China for what THEY wanted, but did not care what China wanted. Film opens understanding to Chinese values and thought. If west and China are to forge cooperative relationship both sides need to understand the needs of the other and want the ...Read more

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Maureen

As Westerners we are able to spend time in China and are usually overly impressed by the history and modernization. This film is truly significant by the way in which it shows the pain and poverty of the migrant peasant. The million children without parents, those as young as 5 and 6 years ...Read more

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