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Young & Restless in China

DVD

106 minutes
Source: Zeitgeist Films

This video tracks the lives of nine ambitious young Chinese men and women living in a society that is experiencing rapid change. Originally broadcast as a PBS Frontline program, it looks at how these young professionals and workers are adjusting and looking for opportunities in the newly prosperous culture, defying Eastern cultural traditions in pursuit of more Western values.

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