156 films Found
The Chinese model of state-capitalism has often puzzled and frustrated international observers, who complain about IP theft and currency manipulation that flies in the face of WTO rules and regulations. Less clear is the impact that the Chinese economic reforms of the mid-to-late '90s have had on the domestic population. Wild Angle investigates the winners and losers in this new China, as a bur...
In China, advances in technology are making surveillance techniques more and more sophisticated. Now, a citizen’s most trivial actions – or even, it seems, their ethnicity – can affect their freedom.
Beijing produces 25,000 tonnes of waste every day, putting a strain on the city’s infrastructure, but efforts to streamline the recycling process may threaten the livelihoods of the city’s poorest.
The Gobi desert in central China is becoming increasingly barren, forcing resident farmers and their families into towns, with serious ecological consequences.
A government ban on herding is threatening the livelihood of China's ethnic Mongolians. Forced to abandon their traditional way of life, many are worried that their culture is being eroded.
China is home to an estimated 70 million gays and lesbians, yet same sex couples live secret lives, without rights. Can the daring marriage of nine LGBT couples aboard a cruise ship shift public attitudes?
Many of China's young and single working women are going to extreme lengths to meet their parents' marriage ambitions. Under immense pressure, can they dupe their families with fake "take-home" boyfriends?
With Facebook, Youtube or Twitter locked behind a firewall, China's online experience is unlike any other. Here the billion-dollar internet industry is live streaming, with hundreds of millions of fans tuning in each day.