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The Siege of Wukan

Lynn Lee, Filmmaker

04-Sep-14 15:00

The Siege of Wukan

In September 2011, an anti-corruption protest broke out in the southern Chinese village of Wukan. In a village known for being harmonious, what caused the protest and how did the central government deal with it? Lynn Lee spoke to villagers involved in the protest and made it into a documentary. She tells us what she discovered.



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Tags:  democracychinacorruptioncivil rightsprotestdemonstrationfreedom film festivalPolitics, Current Affairs

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