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Amid Beijing’s dizzying economic, urban and cultural transformation, four artists respond to the region's relentless evolution with urgency and ambition, all the while contending with many centuries of Chinese cultural traditions. Featuring artists Guan Xiao, Liu Xiaodong, Song Dong, Xu Bing, and Yin Xiuzhen.
This program examines the hard-core questions surrounding current U.S. immigration. How many should we allow in? Who, if anyone, should receive preferential treatment? How should illegal immigration be handled? All of the issues are examined through the eyes of those seeking entry, and the organizations assisting them. Those interviewed include an immigration judge, an immigrant from Kenya, and the owner of a New York City deli from Korea. (29 minutes)
Influenza hospitalizations range from 50,000 to 200,000 per year in the U.S. Flu vaccination is the best way to be protected against the flu. Complications of the flu can change a manageable condition into a fatal disease.
We are connected with other countries through international trade of goods and services, education, and migration—including asylum seekers and refugees. This wonderfully animated Miniclip brings this myriad of global connections to life, encouraging your students to start discussing the ways we are all connected and the role we have as global citizens.
There are a number of topics that are raised or are associated to the discussion of API- Desi communities. Some of them are presented here, as in, Xenophobia, Perpetual Foreigner , yellow peril etc... These videos do not require log-in process.
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Here are more videos related to the study of API-Desi groups: racism, diversity, mix marriage, and the alarming rise of violence against Asians.