Faces of China - The Graduates
Every year millions of Chinese students graduate from universities across the country, with numbers increasing. Despite the country's booming economy, many of them have difficulties finding work. Fewer vacancies and more competition means that not everyone can be certain of finding a job, especially not a well-paid one.
Faces of China - Harvesting the Future
An impoverished Chinese farmer struggles to equip his daughters for a better future in a changing world.
Faces of China - A new shelter
An impoverished family faces uncertainty after a devastating flood washes away their home.
Faces of China - Heavy Metal
For more than 20 years tons of metallic and electronic waste from Japan, the US and Europe has been transported to China and ended up in the town of Fengjiang, south of Shanghai, where an army of migrant workers cut and recycle the metallic waste.
Faces of China - The travelling court
Three magistrates travel to remote villages to extend state justice into rural China.
Faces of China - Three strings
A couple travels to remote villages in northern China to keep alive the ancient tradition of storytelling. The film highlights the difficulty of keeping traditions alive in modern China, and shows the effect of modernisation and consumerism.
Faces of China - Family matters
An insight into the issue of China's rapidly ageing population.
Elderly people in China are traditionally venerated. But the speed of China's development is causing social and demographic change. More and more elderly people are choosing to live in retirement homes rather than putting pressure on their children.
Faces of China - Nobody's child
A young man embarks on a journey to discover the link between China's Cultural Revolution and his parents' divorce.