Late in 2011, Wukan, a village in southern China, captured international attention when demonstrators flooded the streets, rebelling against decades of corrupt rule. Despite the hurdles, the unthinkable happened in Wukan - the village committee fell and democratic elections were announced. But, what happens after a successful uprising? WUKAN: THE FLAME OF DEMOCRACY follows the challenges faced by a rural Chinese community after adopting a new political system.
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Have you watched Wukan: The Flame of Democracy yet? What did you think about it?