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S4 Ep16: My Life in China | A Conversation with Kenneth Eng

  • Aired: 04/30/2016
  • 02:29
  • Rating: NR
"My Life in China" filmmaker Kenneth Eng on growing up first-generation Chinese American, and how it led to becoming a documentary filmmaker who turned the lens on himself. Eng also speaks about the father and son journey in the film and the impact of "transforming ourselves with art."
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S4 Ep16: My Life in China | A Conversation with Kenneth Eng
S4 Ep16: My Life in China | A Conversation with Kenneth Eng
Filmmaker Kenneth Eng on the very personal father and son journey of "My Life in China."
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