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My secret photos of South Korea's fight for democracy
Photojournalist Na Kyung-taek found himself at the centre of a massive wave of student-led protests, erupting from the city of Gwangju in South Korea in 1980.
A dad’s loss and a son’s vision – our LA riots film
Filmmaker Justin Chon wanted to tell his Korean family’s story of tragedy and racism during the 1992 LA riots – but could he convince his dad, a former actor, to take part?
Bradford 12: The Asian youth who took on the racists, part 1
Tariq Mehmood endured violent racism as an immigrant teen in 1970s Britain. He found shelter and wisdom in a library, sparking an entire movement to resist racist attacks.
Grandma and the great gold rush of Suriname
Hennah Draaibaar sets out to investigate a family legend she'd heard whispers of as a girl, that of her grandmother making a huge gold discovery in the 1930s which briefly made her the richest woman in Suriname. Could it be that a family just a few decades out from under the yoke of slavery had found unimaginable riches buried beneath their feet? Hennah's digging uncovers the murky history of the gold’s path down the years and reveals a portrait of the Golden Lady of Suriname that was even more precious.
Why did my mum give me away? An adoptee's quest for answers
Adoptee Sun Hee Engelstoft found solace amongst mums at a shelter in South Korea. Filming their lives, she wanted to understand why she was given away.
Mia, myself and I - the secret I kept until 60
It was only when she was 60 that Japanese-American lawyer Mia Yamamoto felt ready to begin her transition.
'Don't anger the monster', part 1
Rowena Chiu on surviving the Hollywood sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.