Tag: Asia

Teenage Japanese Killers

| December 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
Teenage Japanese Killers

It seems that the teenagers in Japan have gone a killing spree. This documentary is about a new trend in Japan of middle classed teenagers, with no criminal records, engaging in indiscriminate killing of classmates, kids, and others. Most of the killings has horror movie themes. This can include decapitation, carving knives, and the most […]

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China From The Inside

| August 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
China From The Inside

China From the Inside is documentary about Communist China, an ancient civilization that is still around, and relevant. China is growing as a power with aims at leading the world. However, The People’s Republic of China lacks justice in a lot of areas. The gap between rich and poor are getting wider and the less […]

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The Manhattan Project “The Moment in Time”

| August 20, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Manhattan Project “The Moment in Time”

The Manhattan Project (a research and development program set on building nukes) began in the late 1930’s at the onset of WWII (1939) and is documented by the featured film, The Moment in Time, in documentary form. The United States of America, Canada, and The United Kingdom were behind the project motivated by fears of […]

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The Secret History of Genghis Khan

| August 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Secret History of Genghis Khan

This documentary covers the history of the Mongols, and Genghis Khan and shows Genghis Khan to us in a different light as opposed to the savage image of him we’ve all been sold. Genghis Khan has often been labeled a womanizer, a warrior, and a conqueror, but he also a devoted husband, politician, and legislator. […]

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Child Slavery with Rageh Omaar

| May 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Child Slavery with Rageh Omaar

This powerful documentary takes us into the often unseen and disrespected realm of 21st century child slavery. Rageh Omaar presents this documentary in such a way as to captivate, while at the same time informing, the viewing audience. It is estimated that there are as many as 8.5 million child slaves around the world and […]

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Greater China: The Rebirth of an Empire

| December 18, 2012 | 2 Comments
Greater China: The Rebirth of an Empire

The Chinese economy continues to grow. Eventually she will match the GDP of the United States of America. This documentary is about the rise of China, the chief oppressor of the people of Tibet, as a world super power. Greater China: The New Superpower? The world superpower is always the country with the strongest economy, […]

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Sun Tzu: The Art of War

| November 3, 2012 | 2 Comments
Sun Tzu: The Art of War

You gotta love the opening of this documentary as Sun Tzu kills two of a group of women who refused to follow orders. Talk about instilling discipline. This documentary, produced by The History Channel, chronicles the historic military manuscript: The Art of War, written by Sun Tzu in 500 B.C. as a set of principles […]

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