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Program Title: Human Rights in China
EASC Code: CH-11
Series Title:
Region/Country: China
Language: English
Subject: Politics & Law
Program Type :Documentary
Media Type: DVD
Producer: Film for the Humanities & Sciences
Release Date: 2003
Running Time: 49 min.
Color or BW: Color
Program Abstract: China is booming economically. U.S. companies, including Motorola and Boeing, are employing thousands in new factories. However, Western economic investment has not translated into a Chinese acceptance ideas concerning human rights. As evident in the Tienanmen Square massacre. This program discusses the progress that is being made. We meet a radio talk-show host who onvites callers to grill government officials, and newspaper editiors who sometimes run pieces critical of the government's human rights record. And while China may have a ways to go in this respect, one Chinese official predicts, "Full bellies and controlled political evolution will keep China on course (toward expanding human rights)."
Data Entry Date: 10/1/2003