Documental: Las niñas perdidas de China

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Documental: Las niñas perdidas de China

Mensaje por jorgesuave » Jue 25 Nov, 2004 23:03

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Documental en Inglés. con subtítulos en castellano, dicen que un gran documental:

National Geographic Ultimate Explorer
China's Lost Girls
Airs June 20, Sunday, 8 p.m. ET

Join Ultimate Explorer as Lisa Ling investigates the complex issues surrounding the one-child policy.

In “China’s Lost Girls,” National Geographic Ultimate Explorer host Lisa Ling examines the consequences of China’s two-decade-old, one-child policy, as it is commonly called. To curb the country’s exploding population, China limits most families to one child, or in certain circumstances, two children. Due to cultural, social and economic factors, traditional preference leans toward boys, so girls are often hidden, aborted or abandoned. As a result, tens of thousands of girls end up in orphanages across China.

Today, more than one quarter of all babies adopted from abroad by American families come from China — and nearly all are girls. Ling joins some of these families as they travel to China to meet their new daughters for the first time. Along this emotional journey, she shares in the joy of these growing families and also witnesses firsthand China’s gender gap, its roots and its possible repercussions. Village elders express their preference for boys, and women describe the pressures leading to the abandonment of girls. One woman confides the immense pressure her husband put on her to have a son and tells of the fine she paid to keep her daughter. She also confesses how another family member came to the agonizing decision to abandon her own daughter.

Ling soon learns that there may be other, less obvious prices to pay for China’s population changes. Classrooms appear disproportionately filled with male students. Experts predict that in several decades, China will have as many as 40 million young men of marrying age with no women to marry. What will become of this massive class of bachelors? And what may be in store for China’s girls? Ling meets a woman who shares her ordeal of being kidnapped and sold as a wife to a man across China. This kind of crime will increase, experts warn, as China’s gender gap worsens. Another emerging social problem is that many children, especially boys, have been pampered since birth and are becoming spoiled. Known as “little emperors,” many of these coddled children are battling expanding waistlines.

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Mensaje por Bracima » Vie 26 Nov, 2004 08:53

Es escalofriante :cry:

Este documental quando lo passo TV3 hizo disparara las peticiones de adopcion para las niñas de los orfanatos chinos en toda Catalunya.

Muy remomendable.


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Lo mismo ..

Mensaje por docucat » Vie 26 Nov, 2004 16:17

Lamentablemente no lo pude gravar , creo que se emito ara cosa un año ...solo en recordar la "habitacion oscura" de un momento del documental se me pone la piel de gallina :evil:

Para la Saca :cry: y no con gusto

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Mensaje por LauRíSTiCa » Sab 27 Nov, 2004 12:19

Pinchado tb. :|
Gracias, jorgesuave.

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No es el emetido en tv3

Mensaje por docucat » Mar 21 Dic, 2004 14:26

Sinceramente... este reportage es LIGHT , PASTELOSO y no es el emetido ni mucho menos , tampoco muestra la realidad oculta , si puedo localizar el titulo en ingles (era de la bbc) posteare el e-link

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