Nanfu Wang

director of “One Child Nation”

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Nanfu Wang on KCRW

We recently heard from filmmakers who've made it in the movie business. But hitting those career highs came with serious lows.

Nanfu Wang, Greta Gerwig and Victoria Mahoney on the struggles of starting out

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Nanfu Wang talks about returning to her home country, and discovering things she never knew about China’s one-child policy at large and within her own family.

Nanfu Wang on discovering the power of propaganda while making ‘One Child Nation’

Nanfu Wang talks about returning to her home country, and discovering things she never knew about China’s one-child policy at large and within her own family.

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For decades, China limited the number of children families could have to just one. The One Child Policy was implemented in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Film looks at lasting trauma from China's One Child Policy

For decades, China limited the number of children families could have to just one. The One Child Policy was implemented in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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