We are a team of like-minded souls synergising to produce ever better programmes. Our productions have garnered over 70 international awards and nominations since our incorporation. These include New York Film Festival, Cine Golden Eagle Awards, Apollo Awards, Asian TV Awards, Asia Rainbow TV Awards, as well as Promax International and Asia Awards.

 

Xiaojie is kidnapped! Ellie anxiously calls the police, hoping to be reunited with her son. Detective Lee pursues the case, kickstarting an islandwide child hunt. What is the truth behind this kidnapping case?

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Telemovie
90 min
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Xiaojie is kidnapped! Ellie anxiously calls the police, hoping to be reunited with her son. Detective Lee pursues the case, kickstarting an islandwide child hunt. What is the truth behind this kidnapping case?

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Duration
Language

Telemovie
90 min
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When travelling, we always set out to savour the most authentic and local cuisine. "National Flavours" is a 13-part infotainment series where our presenter will hunt for the nation's food pride, introduce the intricate and unique ingredients that go into the dish and meet the culinary greats of the country. Through these national dishes, we learn how to prepare these time-honoured dishes, partake in local feasts and savour the richness of a country's history and culture.

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Info-ed
30 min
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Discover how Singapore’s architects and futurists plan to radically transform the city in response to the daunting challenges it faces of a rapidly growing population, and accelerating climate change. Singapore’s future will be one of living high in the sky, on the sea or possibly in space?

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Documentary
1 hour
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Discover how Singapore’s architects and futurists plan to radically transform the city in response to the daunting challenges it faces of a rapidly growing population, and accelerating climate change. Singapore’s future will be one of living high in the sky, on the sea or possibly in space?

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Duration
Language

Documentary
1 hour
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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

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Info-ed
1 hour
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Been to a Japanese island village with cats outnumber humans? An Indian town famed for its Charlie Chaplin fans? A town entangled in messy border enclaves between Holland and Belgium? Hosted by Joanne Peh, Allan Wu and Joanna Dong, this 10-episode series will explore the hidden stories of “Unique Towns”.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
60 min
Chinese

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Hong Kong Dwelling

Skyrocketing property prices has driven Hong Kong people to cramp in 60 square foot subdivided homes, illegal roof top slums and coffin-size bed spaces. Belinda Lee discovers the ways and means Hong Kong residents make the best out of the smallest living spaces in the world.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Hong Kong Dwelling

Skyrocketing property prices has driven Hong Kong people to cramp in 60 square foot subdivided homes, illegal roof top slums and coffin-size bed spaces. Belinda Lee discovers the ways and means Hong Kong residents make the best out of the smallest living spaces in the world.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
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Japan Zero Waste Town

With about 80% of the town’s trash recycled, Kamikatsu, a small Japanese town, with just over 1,700 residents, aims to become the country’s first ‘zero-waste’ community by 2020. Joanne Peh will discover how the aging population transforms themselves and the local economy to revitalise their hometown.

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Language

Info-ed
60 min
Chinese

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Sertar

In the midst of 10,000 red houses lies an intellectual hotspot - the Seda Monastery - world's largest school for Tibetan Buddhism. Located in China’s Sichuan province, Seda is home to 40,000 monks, nuns and an increasing flow of visitors. Joanna Dong seeks answers to spirituality in this holy land.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
60 min
Chinese

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Brazil Ladies Village

Brazilian village “Noiva do cordeiro” stands out as a strong and unique community run by 300 odd ladies whom tend to the fields, runs a garment factory and shares the returns equitably. But back in the past, the ladies were named as “prostitutes”. Allan Wu discovers the transformation of the village.

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Duration
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Info-ed
60 min
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Keeping Afloat

Discover how Singapore’s architects and futurists plan to radically transform the city in response to the daunting challenges it faces of a rapidly growing population, and accelerating climate change. Singapore’s future will be one of living high in the sky, on the sea or possibly in space?

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Duration
Language

Documentary
1 hour
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The Myanmese Stilted Bamboo House

There are over 200 floating villages at Myanmar’s picturesque Inle Lake. Many people plant tomatoes in the floating gardens. This seemingly romantic way of life is not all that easy; strong spring winds and heavy autumn rains have time and again destroyed the flimsy bamboo abode of a particular household. How much further will they put up with the waterlogged bedroom and ever-leaking roof? A plan is hatching in the mind of the young husband...

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese / English

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Free Lunch

30 years of economic growth has brought affluence...and obesity...to Chinese society. But even as city kids get fat, in rural China the opposite is true. Millions of children attend school on empty stomachs. But if Free Lunch - a fast-growing online grassroots initiative achieves its objectives - no child in China will ever go hungry again.

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
English

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Sunset

The young sun gradually rises. It reaches the heart of the day, shining with all its might. Night beckons as it gives its curtain call, bowing to the cycle of the day. Such is the cycle of love. Remember your heart beating like crazy when you confessed to your first love? Remember your shout of joy when you married the woman of your dreams? Remember your grieving tears when your companion of fifty years, a promise of love for eternity, leaves before you? Humourous, sincere and honest, Love Is Love is an anthology of multi-generational love stories that reflect the Singapore way of life and love. Love Is Love brings you through a cycle of journeys, these of self-discovery and of fun, of marriages and of breakups, of treasured promises and of long lost memories.

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Duration
Language

Tele-movie
90 min
English

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Imagine waking up to torrential rain for 4 months; Starting life anew in a desert refugee camp; Or to rent a bed space - the size of a coffin – and call this home? Hosted by Allan Wu and Belinda Lee, this 8-episode series will celebrate the resilience of the human spirit “Somewhere Out There”.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Imagine waking up to torrential rain for 4 months; Starting life anew in a desert refugee camp; Or to rent a bed space - the size of a coffin – and call this home? Hosted by Allan Wu and Belinda Lee, this 8-episode series will celebrate the resilience of the human spirit “Somewhere Out There”.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Dhaka Tanneries

Notoriously ranked as one of the world’s most polluted places- Hazaribagh, a tannery district in Bangladesh has been criticised as the cause of severe river pollution. In this debut episode, Belinda Lee visits a tannery factory to discover how workers young and old risk their health to make a living.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Hong Kong Dwelling

Skyrocketing property prices has driven Hong Kong people to cramp in 60 square foot subdivided homes, illegal roof top slums and coffin-size bed spaces. Belinda Lee discovers the ways and means Hong Kong residents make the best out of the smallest living spaces in the world.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
1 hour
Chinese

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Been to a Japanese island village with cats outnumber humans? An Indian town famed for its Charlie Chaplin fans? A town entangled in messy border enclaves between Holland and Belgium? Hosted by Joanne Peh, Allan Wu and Joanna Dong, this 10-episode series will explore the hidden stories of “Unique Towns”.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
60 min
Chinese

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The Chinese Wei Long Wu

Pan’anwei, a weilongwu in Guangdong, China, represents one of the most defense-oriented residences in the world, focused most strongly on the balance between yin and yang. Legend has it that a dragon rests within this brilliant work of the Lius’ Hakka ancestors, designed with the hope that their descendants will multiply and prosper perpetually. The building is so well-planned that the entire clan can live for a year without having to step out. Bonded to their forefathers, its residents continue to contribute to the clan in their own ways.

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese / English

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Mongolian City Sewers

In the city of Ulaanbaatar, during winters that can hit minus 20 degrees Celsius, vagabonds – including pregnant women and children - enter the numerous manholes to sleep among heaps of cardboard and garbage. There are only two ways to avoid freezing to death: sleeping on the underground hot water pipes, or drinking incessantly. On one hand, the pipes can burst and scald them badly; on the other hand, people sometimes toss in cigarette butts maliciously, causing the alcohol-soaked vagabonds to burn to death. Our host visits what others consider the scum of the earth, and see how they cling on to life inside their dark little holes.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Mongolian City Sewers

In the city of Ulaanbaatar, during winters that can hit minus 20 degrees Celsius, vagabonds – including pregnant women and children - enter the numerous manholes to sleep among heaps of cardboard and garbage. There are only two ways to avoid freezing to death: sleeping on the underground hot water pipes, or drinking incessantly. On one hand, the pipes can burst and scald them badly; on the other hand, people sometimes toss in cigarette butts maliciously, causing the alcohol-soaked vagabonds to burn to death. Our host visits what others consider the scum of the earth, and see how they cling on to life inside their dark little holes.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Mongolian City Sewers

In the city of Ulaanbaatar, during winters that can hit minus 20 degrees Celsius, vagabonds – including pregnant women and children - enter the numerous manholes to sleep among heaps of cardboard and garbage. There are only two ways to avoid freezing to death: sleeping on the underground hot water pipes, or drinking incessantly. On one hand, the pipes can burst and scald them badly; on the other hand, people sometimes toss in cigarette butts maliciously, causing the alcohol-soaked vagabonds to burn to death. Our host visits what others consider the scum of the earth, and see how they cling on to life inside their dark little holes.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Mongolian City Sewers

In the city of Ulaanbaatar, during winters that can hit minus 20 degrees Celsius, vagabonds – including pregnant women and children - enter the numerous manholes to sleep among heaps of cardboard and garbage. There are only two ways to avoid freezing to death: sleeping on the underground hot water pipes, or drinking incessantly. On one hand, the pipes can burst and scald them badly; on the other hand, people sometimes toss in cigarette butts maliciously, causing the alcohol-soaked vagabonds to burn to death. Our host visits what others consider the scum of the earth, and see how they cling on to life inside their dark little holes.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Sunset

The young sun gradually rises. It reaches the heart of the day, shining with all its might. Night beckons as it gives its curtain call, bowing to the cycle of the day. Such is the cycle of love. Remember your heart beating like crazy when you confessed to your first love? Remember your shout of joy when you married the woman of your dreams? Remember your grieving tears when your companion of fifty years, a promise of love for eternity, leaves before you? Humourous, sincere and honest, Love Is Love is an anthology of multi-generational love stories that reflect the Singapore way of life and love. Love Is Love brings you through a cycle of journeys, these of self-discovery and of fun, of marriages and of breakups, of treasured promises and of long lost memories.

Genre
Duration
Language

Tele-movie
90 min
English

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Sunset

The young sun gradually rises. It reaches the heart of the day, shining with all its might. Night beckons as it gives its curtain call, bowing to the cycle of the day. Such is the cycle of love. Remember your heart beating like crazy when you confessed to your first love? Remember your shout of joy when you married the woman of your dreams? Remember your grieving tears when your companion of fifty years, a promise of love for eternity, leaves before you? Humourous, sincere and honest, Love Is Love is an anthology of multi-generational love stories that reflect the Singapore way of life and love. Love Is Love brings you through a cycle of journeys, these of self-discovery and of fun, of marriages and of breakups, of treasured promises and of long lost memories.

Genre
Duration
Language

Tele-movie
90 min
English

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Sunshine

The young sun gradually rises. It reaches the heart of the day, shining with all its might. Night beckons as it gives its curtain call, bowing to the cycle of the day. Such is the cycle of love. Remember your heart beating like crazy when you confessed to your first love? Remember your shout of joy when you married the woman of your dreams? Remember your grieving tears when your companion of fifty years, a promise of love for eternity, leaves before you? Humourous, sincere and honest, Love Is Love is an anthology of multi-generational love stories that reflect the Singapore way of life and love. Love Is Love brings you through a cycle of journeys, these of self-discovery and of fun, of marriages and of breakups, of treasured promises and of long lost memories.

Genre
Duration
Language

Tele-movie
90 min
English

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The Game of Life

“Blissful Living” celebrates the struggles and experiences of Singaporeans in our quest for happiness. Adopting a docu-drama style, the series will reflect the real-life encounters and situations of Singaporeans, thereby showcasing their faith and strengths in pursuing a happy and meaningful existence. Through the sharing of these personal anecdotes, viewers may be inspired to cull the courage within themselves and seek what they want in life.

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Duration
Language

Docudrama
1 hour
Chinese

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It's Not That I Don't Love You

“Blissful Living” celebrates the struggles and experiences of Singaporeans in our quest for happiness. Adopting a docu-drama style, the series will reflect the real-life encounters and situations of Singaporeans, thereby showcasing their faith and strengths in pursuing a happy and meaningful existence. Through the sharing of these personal anecdotes, viewers may be inspired to cull the courage within themselves and seek what they want in life.

Genre
Duration
Language

Docudrama
1 hour
Chinese

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Sunset

The young sun gradually rises. It reaches the heart of the day, shining with all its might. Night beckons as it gives its curtain call, bowing to the cycle of the day. Such is the cycle of love. Remember your heart beating like crazy when you confessed to your first love? Remember your shout of joy when you married the woman of your dreams? Remember your grieving tears when your companion of fifty years, a promise of love for eternity, leaves before you? Humourous, sincere and honest, Love Is Love is an anthology of multi-generational love stories that reflect the Singapore way of life and love. Love Is Love brings you through a cycle of journeys, these of self-discovery and of fun, of marriages and of breakups, of treasured promises and of long lost memories.

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Duration
Language

Tele-movie
90 min
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"My Working Holiday" reveals the tribulations of a young man as he sweats, toils and labors in different parts of the world on a work and travel journey. A factual series that shall enrich and educate audiences through the experience of living and working aboard, "My Working Holiday" also aims to inform Singaporeans on pivotal environmental and conversation issues that affect our world today.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Home looks at traditional dwellings in Singapore, other Southeast Asian countries, China, India, Japan and Korea, and delves into three aspects. How do the architecture and furnishings reflect the local geography, climate and customs? How does the residents’ way of living at home embody their notions about homes? What hopes and ideals do people uphold with regard to their homes?

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese / English

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The Chinese Wei Long Wu

Pan’anwei, a weilongwu in Guangdong, China, represents one of the most defense-oriented residences in the world, focused most strongly on the balance between yin and yang. Legend has it that a dragon rests within this brilliant work of the Lius’ Hakka ancestors, designed with the hope that their descendants will multiply and prosper perpetually. The building is so well-planned that the entire clan can live for a year without having to step out. Bonded to their forefathers, its residents continue to contribute to the clan in their own ways.

Genre
Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese / English

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The Chinese Wei Long Wu

Pan’anwei, a weilongwu in Guangdong, China, represents one of the most defense-oriented residences in the world, focused most strongly on the balance between yin and yang. Legend has it that a dragon rests within this brilliant work of the Lius’ Hakka ancestors, designed with the hope that their descendants will multiply and prosper perpetually. The building is so well-planned that the entire clan can live for a year without having to step out. Bonded to their forefathers, its residents continue to contribute to the clan in their own ways.

Genre
Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese / English

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The Myanmese Stilted Bamboo House

There are over 200 floating villages at Myanmar’s picturesque Inle Lake. Many people plant tomatoes in the floating gardens. This seemingly romantic way of life is not all that easy; strong spring winds and heavy autumn rains have time and again destroyed the flimsy bamboo abode of a particular household. How much further will they put up with the waterlogged bedroom and ever-leaking roof? A plan is hatching in the mind of the young husband...

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese / English

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March

They were once the vanguard of the socialist revolution. Today, they are producers of private profit and objects of state policies. Reshaped and reworked to fit the needs of China’s socialist market economy. But behind each of China’s new proletariat lies a tale of resistance and courage. Factory Towns, a two-part documentary series illuminating the vast, changing landscape of China’s Industrial Revolution through the lives of young factory workers.

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Language

Documentary
1 hour
English

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XXL China

China may well be on its way to becoming the fattest country on the planet. The problem of childhood obesity is rising. But some parents are taking drastic steps to fight the fat. We take a peek into the experience of one 8-year-old boy and his friends at a summer fat camp.

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
English

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Free Lunch

30 years of economic growth has brought affluence...and obesity...to Chinese society. But even as city kids get fat, in rural China the opposite is true. Millions of children attend school on empty stomachs. But if Free Lunch - a fast-growing online grassroots initiative achieves its objectives - no child in China will ever go hungry again.

Genre
Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
English

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Free Lunch

30 years of economic growth has brought affluence...and obesity...to Chinese society. But even as city kids get fat, in rural China the opposite is true. Millions of children attend school on empty stomachs. But if Free Lunch - a fast-growing online grassroots initiative achieves its objectives - no child in China will ever go hungry again.

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
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Wan Wan Dong Ting

Brimming with love for music composition, a greenhorn producer is faced with the uphill task of producing her take on what music means to her. A rumbling stomach coupled with a sudden stroke of genius, she decides to unearth the spirit behind our local food and the stories they share. A spirit of determination in a father and son duo, within a family run Bak Kut Teh business; The relentless pursuit for good food in a Nyonya Rendang stall, within a group of buddies, young and passionate. At the same time, she is met with her own set of challenges. Directing, composing, singing and editing, she takes it all on. The collaboration with a renowned music studio will see the brew of clanging sounds, chopping boards and bubbling roars straight from the kitchen, mixed and composed to form a melodious harmony presented in a final music video. How will it turn out?

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Duration
Language

Documentary
1 hour
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Mongolian City Sewers

In the city of Ulaanbaatar, during winters that can hit minus 20 degrees Celsius, vagabonds – including pregnant women and children - enter the numerous manholes to sleep among heaps of cardboard and garbage. There are only two ways to avoid freezing to death: sleeping on the underground hot water pipes, or drinking incessantly. On one hand, the pipes can burst and scald them badly; on the other hand, people sometimes toss in cigarette butts maliciously, causing the alcohol-soaked vagabonds to burn to death. Our host visits what others consider the scum of the earth, and see how they cling on to life inside their dark little holes.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Mongolian City Sewers

In the city of Ulaanbaatar, during winters that can hit minus 20 degrees Celsius, vagabonds – including pregnant women and children - enter the numerous manholes to sleep among heaps of cardboard and garbage. There are only two ways to avoid freezing to death: sleeping on the underground hot water pipes, or drinking incessantly. On one hand, the pipes can burst and scald them badly; on the other hand, people sometimes toss in cigarette butts maliciously, causing the alcohol-soaked vagabonds to burn to death. Our host visits what others consider the scum of the earth, and see how they cling on to life inside their dark little holes.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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The Peruvian Highland Island

Realizing that the natives of Taquile Island find idling most inexcusable, our presenter has to put his back into working as they do, and experience manual labour at 4,000 metres above sea level for a basic livelihood. However, with the extremely low oxygen level, one’s head throbs from simply sitting, to say nothing of soil tilling, sowing, and trudging the mountain paths. Will he be able to relieve the stress of hypoxia with local resources? And with the exotic customs here that ask something unusual of men, something he has never ever done in his life, is he really going to make it?

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
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China's last cave settlement

Life here is hard. Humans and livestock alike drink water that seeps in from the cave ceiling, drop by precious drop. There is constant darkness in the cave, not to mention dampness, choking smoke, and the heavy smell of feces. The lack of sunlight means no strong and ruddy child can be born here. Buying a pack of salt requires a 15-kilometre walk, and a child has to walk 3 hours in the hills to go to school. This natural cave called Zhongdong is what 18 Hmong households call home. Our host reaches this location from Guiyang, Guizhou, after 3 hours on the road, 1 hour of trudging on muddy trails and another hour of hill-climbing. He finds the cave under-facilitated. As curious tourists gradually stopped coming, the only guesthouse and eatery here had to close down. The local government had tried to offer help, but why are the Hmongs not accepting it?

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
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In Asia, there is a feast for every occasion, whether it be Thanksgiving, harvest, or a new year. Asians are fond of hosting feasts where the entire village can gather to eat together and be merry. Feasts are Asia’s cultural spectacle - the street banquets of China’s Hani tribe, the festivals of Taiwanese Hakkas, the Tibetan Shoton Festival feasts of the wild, Japanese buckwheat carnivals, India’s largest kitchen serves 50,000 free meals daily. Behind the mélange of textures, flavours and colours lie a deeper, historical significance and cultural resonance. The feasting and merrymaking last for days without end. In partaking of the feasts, a communion is formed. In that communion, ties and lives are bound as one.

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Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
Chinese

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The Hidden Light Hope in Humla

Chitup, a Nepali who is visually-challenged, set up a mobile blind school, offering Braille education to the blind children in the mountainous areas. Chitup, born in a remote village of Humla, is one of the few visually-handicapped who has completed his college education in Kathmandu. He learned about social entrepreneurship in India and was enlightened to set up a mobile school, bring education to the blind in the remote villages. How does he change their lives and offer them a glimmer of hope? Activist Journey II journeys into the mountainous regions in Nepal to unravel the compelling stories of the blind children.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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The Hidden Light of Hope in Humla

Chitup, a Nepali who is visually-challenged, set up a mobile blind school, offering Braille education to the blind children in the mountainous areas. Chitup, born in a remote village of Humla, is one of the few visually-handicapped who has completed his college education in Kathmandu. He learned about social entrepreneurship in India and was enlightened to set up a mobile school, bring education to the blind in the remote villages. How does he change their lives and offer them a glimmer of hope? Activist Journey II journeys into the mountainous regions in Nepal to unravel the compelling stories of the blind children.

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Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
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March

They were once the vanguard of the socialist revolution. Today, they are producers of private profit and objects of state policies. Reshaped and reworked to fit the needs of China’s socialist market economy. But behind each of China’s new proletariat lies a tale of resistance and courage. Factory Towns, a two-part documentary series illuminating the vast, changing landscape of China’s Industrial Revolution through the lives of young factory workers.

Genre
Duration
Language

Documentary
1 hour
English

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XXL China

China may well be on its way to becoming the fattest country on the planet. The problem of childhood obesity is rising. But some parents are taking drastic steps to fight the fat. We take a peek into the experience of one 8-year-old boy and his friends at a summer fat camp.

Genre
Duration
Language

Documentary
30 min
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Smokes get into your eyes

New Smokey Mountain is the festering eyesore of Metro Manila, Philippines. A prodigious amount of rubbish is dumped here every day, which adults and children readily swarm over to seize whatever trash that may be recycled. Youths get killed by rubbish compactors accidentally now and then, and there are always people who languish from rubbish-caused diseases, but the criminals and paupers living here have no choice but to hang on to life and their dreams in this squalid environment. A Singaporean couple was so profoundly moved by their plight that they left a life of abundance behind, and resolutely joined the destitute residents of New Smokey Mountain, offering limited sustenance but unlimited love.

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Info-ed
30 min
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Japan's homeless

Although Japan boasts a high standard of living, over a decade of economic stagnation has brought to light the problem of poverty in some quarters of her society. For many first-time visitors to Japan, the sight of vagabonds making their abode in a train station lobby defies imagination. Local artiste Joanne Peh is in Tokyo to find out about assistance provided to these people by the civic organisations Moyai and The Big Issue, the latter of which runs a publication that helps the homeless achieve self-dependence. Looking at the volunteers’ altruistic work for the vagabonds, Joanne realises that helping the poor is not a matter of simply dishing out material support, but of genuine care from within.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Japan's homeless

Although Japan boasts a high standard of living, over a decade of economic stagnation has brought to light the problem of poverty in some quarters of her society. For many first-time visitors to Japan, the sight of vagabonds making their abode in a train station lobby defies imagination. Local artiste Joanne Peh is in Tokyo to find out about assistance provided to these people by the civic organisations Moyai and The Big Issue, the latter of which runs a publication that helps the homeless achieve self-dependence. Looking at the volunteers’ altruistic work for the vagabonds, Joanne realises that helping the poor is not a matter of simply dishing out material support, but of genuine care from within.

Genre
Duration
Language

Info-ed
30 min
Chinese

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Smokes get in your eyes

New Smokey Mountain is the festering eyesore of Metro Manila, Philippines. A prodigious amount of rubbish is dumped here every day, which adults and children readily swarm over to seize whatever trash that may be recycled. Youths get killed by rubbish compactors accidentally now and then, and there are always people who languish from rubbish-caused diseases, but the criminals and paupers living here have no choice but to hang on to life and their dreams in this squalid environment. A Singaporean couple was so profoundly moved by their plight that they left a life of abundance behind, and resolutely joined the destitute residents of New Smokey Mountain, offering limited sustenance but unlimited love.

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Living in the shadow of the volcano

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The Last Dignified Moment of Death

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The Last Dignified Moment of Death

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Hungry Ghost Festival Songs Stage

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Hungry Ghost Festival Songs Stage

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Hungry Ghost Festival Songs Stage

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