"Buried," from director Wang Libo.

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By Jason Apuzzo. LFM contributor Joe Bendel recently reviewed the controversial and award-winning documentary 1428, which is currently showing at The Los Angeles Film Festival.  1428 depicts the botched and inhumane handling of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake by the Chinese communist regime.

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Now comes word that another recent documentary about the Chinese government’s appalling mismanagement of a deadly earthquake – in this case, the 1976 Tangshan Earthquake that killed over 200,000 people – has been made available for free (in 12 parts) on YouTube.  The title of this documentary from director Wang Libo is Buried (2009), and amazingly the film was one of the prizewinners of the 2009 Beijing Documentary Film Festival.

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Joe Bendel writes in his review of Buried that the film “methodically assembles a damning indictment of the Chinese government … Unless Wang fabricated Buried out of whole cloth, he presents an airtight case of government negligence and craven bureaucratic cya-ing.”

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We encourage LFM readers to check out this extraordinarily courageous film from Wang Libo.

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IN ADDITION … we wanted LFM readers to get a chance to see the Oscar nominated short China’s Unnatural Disaster, that was shown earlier this year on HBO.  This utterly heartbreaking documentary film gives you a sense of what life is like under China’s brutal regime.  You will see, for example, a parent’s official letter of ‘compensation’ after the Sichuan earthquake from the Chinese government: $317 for each dead child.  It turns out, however, that even this ‘compensation’ is tied to a pledge to “obey the law and maintain social order.”  Those willing to cooperate with the government (i.e., keep their mouths shut and stop complaining) have their ‘compensation’ packages upped to $8,800 per dead child.

Btw, I’m so glad Obama bowed to Chinese President Hu Jintao, aren’t you?

Posted on June 23rd, 2010 at 11:09am.

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  2. Claude says:

    Throughout its history China, with its enormous population, has been too willing to sacrifice large segments of it to war, famine, government mismanagement, and natural disasters. I am appalled in particular by this detail:

    “You will see, for example, a parent’s official letter of ‘compensation’ after the Sichuan earthquake from the Chinese government: $317 for each dead child. It turns out, however, that even this ‘compensation’ is tied to a pledge to “obey the law and maintain social order.” Those willing to cooperate with the government (i.e., keep their mouths shut and stop complaining) have their ‘compensation’ packages upped to $8,800 per dead child.”

    How far will such callousness toward human life go?

  3. Hard to believe that a nation that has this much in wealth can be so callous toward its own people.

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