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A Documentary about how China lost the path towards democracy
It is often said that history is the sum total of the things that could have been avoided. While a tremendous amount of literature has been devoted to the turning points of the Western History, little attention has been paid to the US and European policies towards the Chinese Revolution of 1911 and the Middle Kingdom s involvement in World War One. As today s China is gaining its undisputed superpower status, the world press speculates with tremor of its intentions. However, any worthy prediction must be rooted in the diligent study of past events and the comprehension of the Western and Chinese perception of these events. The US involvement in Revolution of 1911 and the perceived Western betrayal in the aftermath of World War One are the two most pivotal points in the Chinese modern history. Their memory is deeply etched in the Chinese national identity and these two milestones will affect the Beijing government outlook for decades to come. This documentary aims to enlighten anyone interested in the history Far East and the in the future of the East-West power balance. Subtitled in English, Chinese and Spanish.
Work in Progress 2013-2015-
China - The Road to Revival
China‐The Road to Revival” will shed unique light on China’s emergence as
an economic super‐ power. With a population larger than Europe and North
America combined, and an economy fueled by a restrained, yet steady
adoption of market principles, China seems to be on the road to
supremacy. However, despite consistent attention by the media, to
outsiders, China remains at best a giant mired in apparent
contradictions, and to some, a gathering and possibly unstoppable threat
to the world, including its own citizens. On one hand China has a 21st
century infrastructure, wireless internet, high speed rail and modern
hospitals. On the other hand it is built on a feudal, totalitarian
social structure, with a censored press, no sense of government
representation, or due process protections under the law.
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