Chinese Go Home – a film by Rachel Leow

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Between 1948 and 1953, over 20,000 Chinese people were deported from what was then British Malaya to China. Both the countries they were leaving and going to were embroiled in war and revolution.

Chinese Go Home tells the story of this extraordinarily complex historical moment through the voices of two women whose families were torn asunder in its aftermath.

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