China From The Inside: PBS Documentary Starting January 10 – Dan Harris

From China Law Blog:

U.S. public television (PBS) will be airing a four-part documentary beginning on Wednesday, January 10, entitled “China from the Inside”. According to the TV Squad Blog, it will delve into both China’s history and its current political landscape and will, among other things, examine China’s treatment of women, its problems with air and water pollution, religion in China, and the government’s slow response to the AIDS epidemic. The documentary’s four parts will consist of the following:

“Power and the People”, “Women of the Country”, “Shifting Nature”, “Freedom and Justice”

PBS has a website here on the show, but it the site is not fully launching until tomorrow. The rump website does already boast, however, that “through exceptional access to institutions, government officials, and ordinary people, China from the Inside brings the complexity of contemporary China to the living rooms of Americans.” The website touts that tomorrow’s website will “offer a deeper understanding of the political, economic, environmental, and social issues facing China” and will allow its visitors to engage in the following:[Full Text]

January 2, 2007 11:16 AM
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