1. Final Chinese New Year of Sanjiang Village, China

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    from Lee Pei Zhi Added 33 0 0

    Photographer: Park Kyeong Cheol (http://cargocollective.com/cheolphotography/) Art Director: Lee Pei Zhi (http://cargocollective.com/peizhilee) China's toxic waste have streamed through Sanjiang Village's waterways for many decades. Located in the middle of heavily polluting enterprises, the small, rural village is widely known as a 'Cancer Village' in China. This year, residents were finally moving out with relocation compensation and a bittersweet sense of loss and hope. In February 2015, their final moments with Sanjiang Village had been documented.

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    • 泥土花儿Soil and Flowers in Gansu, rural China

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      from Yong Zang Added 40 0 0

      Film photography by Yong Zang www.soilflowers.com

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      • 鸿葭 DreamNovation

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        from DreamNovation Added 27 0 0

        “真正留下来加入我们的都是那些怀揣着真挚的心想要为这些边缘地区做一些什么的人” “其实我们最希望的是他们可以跟家里人一起团聚” "我们在一起度过了一个快乐、有意义的夏令营,他们学到了东西,我之后还能保持联系,甚至有机会还能回去看他们,我觉得确实也是一件很不错的事情" "A home away from home" "We will be there with you, every step of the way" please visit www.dreamnovation.org

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        • Land of the Dragon

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          from Andrew Fone Added 35 0 0

          Travel through China with Liu Hui Ping, learning as you go about history, culture, customs and language. Narrated in both English and Mandarin (with subtitles), this documentary takes you from Beijing to the Yangtze River and beyond – offering a rare glimpse of life inside the Land of the Dragon.

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          • Away From Ping Wei

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            from Andrew Fone Added 13 0 0

            Every year millions of rural Chinese teenagers leave their villages and head to China’s booming cities looking for factory jobs. Known as migrant workers , they are truly the fuel of the Middle Kingdom’s soaring economy. Most work long days and will return home only once a year for the Spring Festival. Away from Ping Wei follows the journey of Liu Yen Twin, a typical teenager trying to establish herself in a fast changing China.

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            • Return To Ping Wei

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              from Andrew Fone Added 21 0 0

              It has been two years since we last visited Liu Yen Twin and her family and the fields of Ping Wei are alive with the spring harvest. Liu Yen Twin is a teenager now and school has taken on a whole new importance. Filmed with uncompromising production values, Return to Ping Wei is as close as you can get to China without actually being there.

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              • New Year in Ping Wei

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                from Andrew Fone Added 43 0 0

                Celebrate Chinese New Year in a rural Chinese village. Also known as the Spring Festival, New Year is a time when families reunite and mythical dragons come to life. Narrated in both English and Mandarin (with subtitles) New Year in Ping Wei follows Liu Yen Twin and her family as they celebrate the most important holiday on the Chinese calendar. From preparation of the family reunion dinner and the symbolic burning of paper money to firecrackers and fireworks, all the traditions of New Year are captured in this colorful sequel to One Day in Ping Wei.

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                • One Day in Ping Wei

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                  from Andrew Fone Added 39 0 0

                  What is life like in China? Narrated in both English and Chinese (with subtitles) One Day in Ping Wei follows a young Chinese girl as she goes through an average day. From home to school, interaction with parents and friends, chores and homework, all is captured in colorful detail to give an understanding of what life is like for a little girl in China.

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                  • Street Food

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                    This is one example of street food in rural China. It's my absolute favorite dish, called 煎饼 (jianbing), which translates directly to 'pancake' but isn't really that. So delicious!

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                    • China Vignette - School

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                      from Matthew C. Kennedy Added

                      Camera and Editing: Matthew C. Kennedy Short edit of clips filmed at an elementary school in central China. For more info check out: http://www.matthewckennedy.com/

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