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Inside China 1: The Rise Of A Superpower
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Inside China 1: The Rise Of A Superpower
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Inside China 1: The Rise Of A Superpower
How has China transformed, inside 30 years, from developing nation to the world's next largest economy after the USA? Includes interviews with historians, eye-witnesses and party officials. TIANANMEN SQUARE A…
Inside China 2: China The Future?
China is flexing its economic muscle, investing all over the world. What does this mean for the West? AFRICA China needs access to energy and raw materials - that's why…
Inside China 3: Politics And The People
China is now a market economy, but holds on to the communist political system - pollution, corruption and ethnic divisions cause great tensions. POLITICS They call it "Socialism with Chinese…
Inside China 4: The New Entrepreneurs
China's "new billionaires" are well-known but what about the small businesses? Many were set up by migrants who have battled against hardship - and many are women. THE PR BUSINESS…
Inside China 5: China Rich And Poor
A big principle of socialism is equality, but China's new society has glaring inequalities. The communist party calls it "socialism with Chinese characteristics" but, in the rush for growth, have…
Inside China 6: The Great Migration
Chinese development has depended on a vast influx of 250 million migrant workers into the cities - some have prospered but most are poorly paid and housed, with few rights.…
Inside China 7: Environmental Timebomb?
The Chinese want the same life style as the West - but at what cost? The air and water are polluted, causing much suffering and protest - as well as…
Inside China 8: Education And Women’s Rights
The communist revolution gave women theoretical equality, but centuries-old oppressions still persist. Women have suffered through the "one child" policy. But women are now among China's top entrepreneurs. "ONE CHILD"…