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Wang Bing (Chinese: 王兵; pinyin: Wáng Bīng; born January 2, 1978 in Liaoning) is a Chinese sprint canoeist who competed in the mid-2000s. He finished ninth in the C-1 500 m event at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
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In Gansu Province, northwest China, lie the remains of countless prisoners abandoned in the Gobi Desert sixty years ago. Designated as ultra-rightists in the Communist Party’s Anti-Rightist campaign o...
In a quiet village in southern China, Fang Xiuying is sixty-seven years old. Having suffered from Alzheimer's for several years, with advanced symptoms and ineffective treatment, she was sent back hom...
Beauty Lives in Freedom
Gao Ertai (1931) is an artist, teacher, philosopher who, in the 1950s, was imprisoned in the Jiabiangou Labour Camp. The film works as a diptych with Fengming, the confessional story of another victim...
Night and Fog in Zona
One day my old friend Wang Bing, a Chinese director living in Beijing, called me and said that he was going to shoot a documentary in southwest China. I have always been curious about his shooting sce...
The Ta'ang or Palaung people, an ethnic minority living in the mountainous area between Myanmar's Kokang region and China's Yunnan province, have historically suffered many forced migrations due to wa...
In a fast growing city of East China, migrants have been arriving and living for a dream of a better life. But what they find there is little opportunities and poor living conditions that push people,...
A powerful visual study of the site of the Jiabiangou forced labour camp in the Gobi desert.
Father and Sons
Father & Sons, which is both a cinematic and a photographic work, follows the miserable day-to-day existence of Cai, who left the Chinese countryside in order to work in a factory in Yunnan, and h...
Venice 70: Future Reloaded
Made for the Venice Film Festival's 70th anniversary, seventy filmmakers made a short film between 60 and 90 seconds long on their interpretation of the future of cinema.
'Til Madness Do Us Part
Director Wang Bing casts an understanding and non-judgmental eye on the inmates of a decrepit Chinese mental hospital in this eloquent and emotionally impactful documentary.
Three sisters aged 10, 6 and 4 have to deal with their own in a remote mountainous region of Yunnan. Terrible poverty in China is shown in a documentary by the best documentary maker. There is a short...
Tiananmen Square is a mess when it was in 1949. Chairman Mao wants to hold the founding ceremony of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949, at this location, which is overgrown with weeds a...
This correspondence between Spanish auteur Jaime Rosales and critical chronicler of contemporary China Wang Bing is divided into three short films each consisting of documentary observations.
About the Chinese drivers who transport coal from the coal fields to the buyers.
China has been modern for a long time. An industrial complex is being disassembled in a building site on a bright sunny day. The night begins to fall. There is no one in the ruins of the factory. Ther...
Fengming: A Chinese Memoir
The film consists almost entirely of an interview with the elderly He Fengming, recounting her experiences in post-1949 China.
The State of the World
An omnibus project examining, well, the state of the world.
I Come From Ikotun
Four years ago, Kingsley arrived from Nigeria in Guangzhou, China and shared a small room with other Africans in the basement of a commercial building. He converted this modest space into a barber’s s...
Liming is a worker district close to Shanghai – the richest city in China. Every year, many young people leave their villages and move there. They are between 17 and 20, all from rural Yunnan Province...