inside twenty years of FRONTLINE
CHINA IN THE RED: It is a nation struggling to redefine itself. This is the story of the human face, and human costs, of the transformation  and of ordinary people living in extraordinary times.
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Democracy, Sooner or Later?
Four leading experts discuss the prospects for democratic reform and human rights in China, in a Web-exclusive email roundtable.
birth of a beijing music scene
An American music producer's story of a decade in Beijing's emerging rock scene -- and his experience with China's first rock star, whose music appears in "China in the Red."
'I wanted to show Americans how ordinary Chinese live'
Producer Sue Williams talks about the making of "China in the Red" and the people she came to know.
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published feb. 13, 2003