Long Time No See, Wuhan
Wednesday, September 30 · 11:00pm - Thursday, October 1 · 12:30am
|Registration||Register to attend|
|Event type||Film Screening|
|Series||China Ongoing Perspectives|
The documentary, "Long Time No See, Wuhan," follows the stories of ten families in Wuhan, where the coronavirus was first detected, as residents process their experiences of the outbreak during and after the COVID-19 lockdown.
Directed by Takeuchi Ryo, a Japanese filmmaker living in China, the film is 61 minutes, with narration in Japanese and conversations in Mandarin. Chinese and English subtitles.
The film will be followed with a Q&A moderated by LRCCS Director and Professor of Psychology, Twila Tardif.
China Ongoing Perspectives (CHOP) is a series which provides selected documentary films that view greater China through the lens of everyday life as well as overseas Chinese, immigrants, and travelers' experiences — those slices of reality touching on transitional/transcultural events and memories. Sponsored by the U-M Library (Asia Library) and the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies (LRCCS).
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