Michael Moore’s production about American medical care. American government is professional in brainwashing, CCP should really learn from them.
US shouldn’t compare itself to Canada and UK since US is much more populated than them. Michael Moore is too extreme, there is no easy innovation.
This documentary is not so good, Michael Moore has a prejudice against the US. American medical care is of course not satisfying, but not so bad like he says. Medical care in UK and France are better, but still not perfect as he describes. People should be dialectical towards problems — Marx was smart, wasn’t he?
The little seal in ep 1 is sooooooooooo cute!!!! It looks like it’s crying with those wet eyes. QAQ
Compared to Wild China, Wild Russia is more organized. Every episode starts in severe winter time, describing the whole year’s experience of all animals, and ends in severe winter time. Wild China, on the contrary, is too eager to say everything, and ends up with no priorities or orders. Another problem is that although named Wild China, it took the same long time talking about people and nature. Trying to tell the close relationship between human and nature probably? Anyway BBC is not to blame ’cause unlike Russia, China has toooo many people… Almost nowhere without human…
Finally finished downloading the 720P Wild China, a total of 13G… The speed was slow, but it’s worth everything’s to see my most beautiful China. Good job my poor hard disk…
This documentary is good, but some parts are ridiculous. It says that the Han people built the Great Wall because of their fear of the Mongolians. The Great Wall was first built during the Warring States Period (476–221 BC), and had been rebuilt, lengthened and reinforced during 221 BC–AD 1644. The Mongolians were thought to originate in the middle of the 5th century, that was more than 600 hundred years after the Great Wall was first built. Also, it says hypocritically that Tibet has been a province of China for more than 50 years, which was not so easy to refute because this “China” means “PRC”. But in history Tibet had been a province of Chin since the Yuan Dynasty (AD 1271–1368). These are only 2 examples BBC used to disgust the Chinese. Thanks to the beauty of China that made me stay in front of the screen.
The part introducing ice sculptures in Haerbin is so adorable and lively! >_<
Wild China is actually a documentary of Chinese food… So much good food in the wild, I am starving!
The documentary says that the Chinese love game animals, but illegal hunting is banned by government, so merchants buy these animals from other countries, which caused the decrease of amount in certain countries… This is China fault?? hehe