Refugee Who Helped Hide Snowden In Hong Kong Granted Asylum In Canada

Refugee Who Helped Hide Snowden In Hong Kong Granted Asylum In Canada : NPR

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Review: The sassy documentary ‘People’s Republic of Desire’ captures China’s mania for live streaming

Review: The sassy documentary ‘People’s Republic of Desire’ captures China’s mania for live streaming – Los Angeles Times

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Pictures: the Tibetan uprising and the Dalai Lama’s exile

March 10 marks the 60th anniversary of the 1959 Tibet uprising against Chinese rule. The rebellion ultimately failed, leading to the decades-long exile of the 14th Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader.

In the six decades since he escaped to India, the Dalai Lama has evolved into an international icon of nonviolence and spiritual aspirations, traveling frequently and being hosted by political and religious leaders as well as celebrities around the world.

Pictures: the Tibetan uprising and the Dalai Lama’s exile — Quartz

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Director Hao Wu Explores Live Streaming Revolution and How Technology Affects Human Happiness in his film: People’s Republic of Desire

Wu talked to us at length about the making of this film, what shocked him the most about live streaming culture, the film’s co-star and internet celebrity Shen Man’s interesting reaction to the film, how she and Big Li are doing today, and what China’s “crackdown” on live streaming actually means.

Director Explores Live Streaming Revolution and How Technology Affects Human Happiness | Blog | Independent Lens | PBS

This was the only article/review we could find with a bit of, “where are they now?”