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Screening of Crested Ibis at the Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival

The Los Angeles Chinese Film Festival presents feature film, Crested Ibis, which follow one mans journy to document the crested ibis in China.

When:
November 18, 2017 10:15am to 12:30pm
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Crested Ibis
The story begins with Vince Kang, a reporter in Beijing, having to go back to his hometown to report a crested ibis, one of the national treasures found unexpectedly. During the process of pursuit and hide of the crested ibis, everyone’s interest is revealed and the scars, both mental and physical were rip up. In addition, the environment pollution, an aftermath from China’s development pattern, is brought into daylight.  
 
The story, from the perspective of a returnee, reveals the living condition of rural China and exposes the dilemma of humanity. In the end, Vince, the renegade, had no alternative but make a compromise with his birthland.
 

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