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China, PR / Student Protests #327008

CBS Evening News for Thursday, May 18, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Beijing, China: Bob Simon) Reasons for student protests examined. [STUDENTS - tell what they want to do in life.] Chinese youth noted emphasizing the individual more than other generations. [Plastic surgeon Dr. Tommy HU - says girls are actually wearing eye shadow.] Cosmetic surgery to make eyes rounder noted popular here. Artist Zhen Shangyi reported recognized more for his nude paintings than his works of party leaders [Film dir. ZHOU Zhaowin - says he's been ordered to cut the sex scenes from his movie.] Various exs. of Chinese adapting to western hobbies given; artist Ma Gong mentioned. [CBS News consultant Bette Bao LORD -comments on Chinese experimentation with new ideas.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob
Duration:
00:04:40

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