14 films Found
Tens of thousands of children are abducted and sold on the black market in China every year. Reluctant to tackle or even acknowledge the issue, Chinese authorities offer no support to desperate parents.
In Southern China a village of artists are creating copycat paintings from the worlds greatest artists. Van Gogh never sold a copy of his creation 'Sunflowers', so how come these guys are?!
Ever since the violence between Muslim Uighurs and Han Chinese, a fear of fanaticism has taken hold. Is the government's decision to demolish the Uighur area Kashgar really due to an earthquake threat?
Xinjiang remains tense after China's worst ethnic violence in decades. Nearly 200 Han Chinese died during a Uighur protest this month. Yet is the government's approach to Muslim Uighurs 'ethnic cleansing?'
Since the end of Mao''s reign, art works emerging from China have taken the world by storm. We hear from some of China''s most exciting artists.
Computers, clothes and toys once poured off China's production lines, destined for the West. Now the factories are closed, millions are out of work and Chinese officials fear serious political unrest.
The assault on Tiananmen Square by the People's Liberation army put a bloody end to weeks of clamour for political change. Twenty years on, there has been no revival of political protesting by the students.
On 4th June 1989, tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square. They were told to clear the demonstrators at any cost - and they did. Zheng Fang lost his legs in the brutal reprisal - 20 years later he tells his story.