Following the closing of the media unit at UC Berkeley Extension,
does anyone know who (if anyone) ended up with the rights to this?
Senior Collection Manager for Humanities & Social Sciences
Raleigh, NC 27695-7111
919/ 513-1108 fax
Public and Private Realms in Rural Wenzhou, China
This unique documentary examines how the privatized market economy in
southeastern China has paradoxically led to the emergence of a new
public spirit as prosperous peasants and merchants donate money to
nongovernmental organizations (called NGOs). The NGOs examined here
include a lineage association, a deity temple, a private school, an old
people's association, and a Catholic church. There are extensive
interviews with a wide range of Chinese, as well as contemporary scenes
of daily life, a rural market, and a factory. Produced by Mayfair Yang.
52 min. Color 1995 Cat. #38304
Sale: video $150, Rental: video $60
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