Weijun Chen , 2012
What does an education get you? Education is the only way out of poverty, as it has been sold to the Chinese population since ancient times. China's economic boom and talk of the merits of hard work have created an expectation that studying is how to escape poverty. Yet it seems the system only leads to jobs for a few, and debt for all. Weijun Chen's film, set in Wuhan in central China, looks at the realities of Chinese education through the lives of private college tutor Wang Zehziang, high school graduate and would-be university student Wang Pan, and graduate jobseeker Wan Chao.
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Our The 70s (Please ask at reception for dvd)

Lian yi ming
The things happened in the 70s in China
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BBC 4 , 2011
Judge Chen journeys across the Xuan'en region to ensure that justice is served, even in the remotest corners of China. The hearings take place wherever he hangs the national emblem, be it nailed up in a barn or a field. In this first episode, Judge Chen presides over the case of a woman, Lin, who has filed for divorce from her husband Wang.
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Tang Shi San Bai Shou (300 songs) (Please ask at reception for dvd)

Guang Do Wenhua
300 Chinese Songs
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Lixin Fan
Lixin Fan's extraordinary and visually stunning film charts one family's involvement in the world's largest planned mass migration.Last Train Home documents how, every spring, China's cities are plunged into chaos as a tidal wave of migrant workers return home by train for the Chinese New Year
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