From cotton fields in northern China to a trade fair in the south where blue jeans are sold to buyers from around the world, filmmaker Zhou Hao documents the lives of those who work within the massive Chinese cotton industry.
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In 2008 the financial crisis swept across the modern world. Today, banks are still at the eye of the storm. This three-part BBC documentary series examines recent scandals that have shaken the...
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