Asia Wise (Captioned)

Australia, 1989

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A compilation of some of the most important and informative reports from the ABC TV program Asia Wise during 1989. The stories address social, political and cultural issues. In the diverse and complex countries of Asia today it seems the only unifying forces are, paradoxically, change and tradition. Topics covered are: - Student protests in China; peasants in China; the new Cambodia; Vietnamese refugees in Hong Kong; Japanese youth; the depletion of Asian forests; Japanese tea ceremony; Yum cha.

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John Honey

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