China from the Inside
China from the Inside includes perspectives ranging from those of the increasingly rich, to the increasingly poor, the powerful to the powerless and the supporters and detractors of today's China. It does not shy away from China's many contradictions, with scenes from some of the most breathtaking places on the planet as well as the most polluted and with its candid conversations with modern urban people as well as inhabitants of traditional rural communities. China from the Inside visits temples in Tibet, border areas of Muslim Xinjiang, Communist Party meetings, a village election, court rooms, newspaper offices, a women's labor . . .
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