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China Blue

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This documentary visits a Chinese blue-jean factory, where workers are trying to survive a harsh working environment. But when the factory owner agrees to a deal with his Western client that forces his teenage workers to work around the clock, a confrontation becomes inevitable.
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2017; 2005
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The Mediators of the Xi'an Incident: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

In December of 1936, the peaceful settlement of the Xi'an incident was an influential moment in Chinese history. This program studies that incident, which was initiated by Kuomintang Generals Zhang Xue-liang and Yang Hu-cheng. Plagued by the invasion of Imperial Japan, Generals Zhang and Yang succeeded in persuading Chiang Kai-shek to suspend the Chinese Civil War in order to unite against the Japanese invaders.
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2013; 2009
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Chiang Kai-Shek's Lovers: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

Can love stay strong even in the face of obstacles? Chiang Kai-shek once fought for his loves, but the relationships didn't last long every time. How did Chiang deal with his failed love relationships? The implications of these relationships were profound in the historical context of 20th-century China, as this program explains.
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2013; 2009
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The Marriage of Chiang and Soong: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

In 20th-century China, concubinage was a common practice. Even in China, though, the love relationship between the country's most powerful man and his concubine was something extraordinary. Was the reason behind the marriage of Chiang Kai-shek and Soong May-ling love, or was it a political maneuver? Charlie Soong, the father of May-ling and the political partner of Chiang, was a key figure in determining China's destiny due to his wealth and prominent social stature. The intimate history of the Chiang and Soong families is explored in this program.
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2013; 2009
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Ai-Ling Soong: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

The Soong sisters-Soong Ai-ling, Soong Ching-ling, and Mei-ling Soong, daughters of the wealthy and powerful Charlie Soong-achieved near-legendary stature in 20th-century Chinese history. This program starts with Ai-ling to illustrate how she influenced the fate of China.
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2013; 2009
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Kung Hsiang-Hsi and His Lover Ai-Ling Soong: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

H. H. Kung, born Kung Hsiang-hsi, was inspired by Sun Yat-sen. He pledged himself to Sun's revolution and the underground resistance movement Tongmenghui. However, while assisting Sun, he met Soong Ai-ling, Sun's English-speaking secretary. This program examines the relationship that sprang up between Kung and Ai-ling, which utterly changed his life and the history of China in the 20th century.
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2013; 2009
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Soong Tse-Ven: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

In 1971, Soong Tse-ven's family sent all of his files to the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. However, to avoid exposing to the media the secrets of the living Soong family members, the Institution made the files public only in 2004, a few years after Soong May-ling's death. This program recalls the life of Soong Tse-ven (T. V. Soong), who, although he found it hard to fit in with the Chinese bureaucracy, became a vital member of the Kuomintang. He was also a brother-in-law to Dr. Sun Yat-sen, Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, and financier H. H. Kung.
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2013; 2009
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Kung Hsiang-Hsi and His Offspring: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

This program offers a retrospective on the Kung family, who figured so prominently in the history of 20th-century China. Kung Hsiang-his (H. H. Kung) and his wife Soong Ai-ling are profiled, along with their children.
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2013; 2009
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Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

Chinese history of the 20th century still shapes the China of today. In this program, scholars shed light on the impact of Chiang Kai-shek and his extended family on modern Chinese history through their research conducted at the Hoover Institution, repository of many relevant diaries and documents.
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2013; 2009
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The Chinese Embassy in the U.S.: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

Tse-ven Soong was born in Shanghai. He graduated from St. John's University, earned a master's degree at Harvard University, and received a doctoral degree at Columbia University. In 1923, he worked for Sun Yat-sen as an English-speaking secretary, and because of his academic background, he soon was in charge of finance for the Kuomintang. In 1924, he was made governor of the Central Bank of China. In 1925, his remarkable achievements enabled him become Minister of Finance of the Kuomintang. This program tells the remarkable life story of Tse-ven Soong (T. V. Soong).
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2013; 2009
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National Enmity and Family Hatred: The Power Game-Chiang Kai-Shek and His Families

Kung Hsiang-his (H. H. Kung) grew up in a prosperous Confucian family. After receiving both a traditional Chinese education and schooling in the sciences, he went abroad to study at Oberlin College and Yale University. From that point on, Kung became involved in the Nationalist revolution and rose to high rank within the Kuomintang, as this program explains.
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2013; 2009
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Chalk Girl

A protester at the heart of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement. Two years since being arrested, the 16-year-old must decide whether to rejoin the battle alongside the '"localist" youth. As elections loom, Chalk Girl is torn between wanting to respect her family, who are concerned about the risks of her activism, and standing up to Chinese interference. Young localists see themselves as being in a fight to save their beloved city, and in the middle of it all, Chalk Girl is just a teenager wanting to feel part of something bigger.
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2018; 2017