Can the Next Generation in China and America Share the Future?

Are young people in each country likely to get along better than their parents’ generation? Mutual mistrust seems to define the attitudes of today’s leaders, but does the younger generation offer hope — or are the forces of fear and nationalism likely to trump the need for cooperation?

Festival: 2015

Watch and Listen: Asia

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