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Title Dateline : Lost Children Of China (Part 1) / Director: Schroder, Kasper Astrup.

Published Australia : SBS [broadcaster], 2017 May 30 at 21:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2017.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (26 min. 47 sec.) ; 153944518 bytes
Series Dateline ; Series 1, Episode 16
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary When parents go to prison who takes care of their children? The first part of this story goes inside a unique orphanage in China, sheltering the kids of murderers and domestic violence victims and abusers.<br /><br />At Sun Village, a chain of orphanages across China, the children of criminals and convicts - left by their extended families to fend for themselves - are learning to become adults. Grandma Zhang used to be a prison officer, before opening Sun Village in 1995 - there are now nine across the country, caring for 500 children who don't have a home to go to.<br /><br />In this week's Dateline, the first of two films looking at the lives of children at Sun Village in Beijing, we meet three young siblings who had just arrived at the orphanage after their father was convicted of murdering his girlfriend's niece and sentenced to life in prison.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Schroder, Kasper Astrup, director.
Subject Abandoned children -- Attitudes.
Attachment behavior in children.
Children of prisoners.
Documentary television programs.
Orphanages.
Parent and child -- Psychology.
News and Current Affairs.