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'The Lesser of Two Evils': How China Is Covering The U.S. Election
In the "U.S. Election" episode of "Mosaic," we look at how broadcasters around the world are covering the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
China has been at the center of this year’s election: the key issue is trade. Currency manipulation and the loss of American jobs are also hot topics, and China’s aggressive policies in the South China Sea have had an impact. A Mandarin-language documentary says U.S. citizens will "have to choose the lesser of two evils."
Background image: A monkey chooses between two cardboard cutouts of U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at a park in Changsha, in China's Hunan province on Nov. 3, 2016. His final choice was Trump. STR/AFP/Getty Images
Experience the hidden human side of the 24-hour economy through the eyes of five night-shift workersKCET Original
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
The 304,000-hectare Patagonia National Park in Chile is being brought back to life as one of the biggest conservation projects in history.KCET Original
The Nobel Peace Prize winner believes that today’s economic system is broken and must be reformed to provide opportunity for all.
A radical experiment in democracy and women’s rights is under way in the old badlands of Islamic State.KCET Original
Protests break out in Egypt with thousands demand president’s resignation; Trump approves deployment of troops to support Saudi Arabia; meanwhile, Yemen’s Houthi rebels offer truce to Saudi Arabia over attacks.
"Mother of the Earth" takes a look at Hayedeh Shirzadi and her husband's attempts to put an end to the dumping and burial of urban garbage in their city.
"It’s All Good" ("Está Todo Bien") is an eye-opening look into how the political and economic turmoil in Venezuela has created dire consequences for the people.
An Israeli election with no clear winner; Iran warns of all-out war over Saudi attack accusations; Ben Ali, Tunisia’s deposed president, dies in exile; and Canada’s prime minister apologizes again over brown face photos.
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