The splits and attachments in a migrant worker’s family and their responses to economic and political transformations emerge in a documentary of his visit to his home village. 1 hour and 9 minutes.
With a recording made in the Square during the crackdown and other powerful documentary footage. 1 hour 8 minutes (including a final 22 minute segment, “Twenty Five Years Later: Memories and Reflections”).
A detailed explanation by Andrew Mertha (Cornell). 52 minutes
By Eli Friedman (Cornell), with contributions by Justin Yifu Lin (Peking U., former World Bank Chief Economist), Wang Shaoguang (Chinese University of Hong Kong), and Ching Kwan Lee (UCLA). 1 hour 10 minutes.
By Eli Friedman (Cornell), focused on the most important strike against a private firm so far in the history of the PRC with contributions by Ching Kwan Lee (UCLA) and documentary footage. 36 minutes.
with Ching Kwan Lee (UCLA), Dick Miller (Cornell). 26 minutes.
with Tony Saich (Harvard), Daniel Bell (Tsinghua), Bai Tongdong (Fudan), Ching Kwan Lee (UCLA). 57 minutes.
with Eli Friedman (Cornell) and Tony Saich (Harvard). 17 minutes.