track listingJoined At The Hip - The American and Chinese economies are irreversibly intertwined. Trace the interconnected web of US/China trade, from Mexican migrant workers in North Carolina to a Chongqing teenager working on a boombox assembly line.
MAOism to MEism - The population redistribution of the city of Chongqing, combined with the emergence of capitalism, is having a dramatic effect on Chinese culture. Meet a cast of characters in and around Chongqing as they examine the central issues of traditional values, religion, sexuality and political freedom.
The Fast Lane - China's streets have gone from being jammed with bicycles to being jammed with cars. Learn how the Chinese car culture is changing China and America and how Chinese automakers are planning an assault on the U.S. market with low-cost cars.
It's The Economy, Stupid - Examine the downsides of China's booming economy. Explore the thorny issue of human rights and learn how China's economy continues to thrive despite the suppression of free speech and the iron fist of the Communist party.
descriptionJoin Ted Koppel and his team of producers as they take an in-depth look at modern-day China in Koppel: The People's Republic of Capitalism. In the wake of the catastrophic earthquake in Sichuan province and on the eve of the Beijing Olympics, this comprehensive two-disc, four-part series explores America's economic relationship with China as well as capitalism's effect on the Chinese people.
|Official Release Date||Jun 02, 2009|
|Director||Ted Koppel, Robert Goldsborough|
|Running Time||208 Minutes|
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