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Beijing Strangers| 1hr
Director: Jean Julien Pous | Producer: Jean Julien Pous
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Korea, Republic of
Subject Tags: asia, china, economies, identity, livelihood, migration, society
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
China is still often misunderstood and seems frightening to most Westerners. Despite its violent development and the cultural divides, we all share universal concerns that unite us. As a portrait of modern China through the eyes of people we met in the streets, 'Beijing Strangers' give us an insight into the lives of people of different generations and social backgrounds. They share their dreams, fears and beliefs on a personal as well as national level.

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