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Julian wrote a really excellent article on Chinese gold farming for the NY Times a little while ago - check out his Flickr photo set. Fascinating.
When Ryan read this story, his comment was, this would make a great documentary film. Think of these photos as location shots?
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Hey, Jane, thanks for the links, and especially for the remark about the documentary potential here, which reminded me to add some pointers on the flickr page about the excellent documentary that Shanghai native Jin Ge is already working on. More info here:
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07/22/2007 at 12:09 PM
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