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A Bollywood adaptation of Jane Austen's classic tale with romance, Jerry Lewis-type comedy, singing and dancing. In 1983 Korea, two university students fall very deeply in love.

The women are all too nice and beautiful for the available men. But just before he enters the military for his two-year obligation, she suddenly disappears and he doesn't know what happened to her. It's because all I can do is love you.” In modern South Korea, a lonely young woman trys to heal her inner wounds.

The story about how Chinese came from the impoverished southern provinces of China to America, which they called “ Gold Mountain,” in the 1850s and thrived despite hardship and discrimination.

The gradual disintegration of an entire family caused by Mao's disastrous political reformations in China during the 50s and 60s.

From 1903-06, more than 7,000 Koreans left their homeland for new lives on the sugar plantations of Hawaii.

Just as they arrive, Japan conquers Korea and attempts to stamp out the Korean language and culture and reduce Koreans to second-class Japanese citizens.

(For information on Iris Chang, see Nanjing Nightmares on page 5.)An Englishman pursues a Chinese ex-prostitute for love and a mysterious scarred woman out of curiosity in Hong Kong during the 1997 British handover to China.

Part I of an epic six-hour, award-winning documentary about China.

This segment covers the fall of the last emperor in 1911. Mao's disastrous Great Leap Forward caused the worst famine in world history killing more than 30 million people. China's remarkable transformation from a relatively undeveloped and isolated nation into a world economic and military power under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping.

A love triangle develops among the band leader, his beautiful girlfriend and an American-born Chinese who joins the band.

None of the characters know what to do with their lives. Director Mabel Cheung made two of my favorites: City of Glass and The Soong Sisters.

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