After an 8 year journey, the blood, sweat & tears, a year of film festivals, being on 9 airlines, My Life In China will be broadcast on PBS World Channel as part of America Reframed on May 24!!!
It's been a beautiful learning experience being able to travel the country and share the film with people from all walks of LIFE.
It's helped me realize we're all on our separate journeys in life, however, it's really what unites us..
We're all mirrors of each other and a little more understanding and compassion can go a long way -especially with so much xenophobia and hate in the world.
Thank You to everyone we've met along the way that's helped make this a reality!!!
Pls Check your local listings on our World Channel Page: http://worldchannel.org/programs/episode/arf-s4-e17-my-life-china/
Kenneth Eng is a director, editor and executive producer. After graduating from Boston Latin School, Ken left for New York in 1994 to study film at the School of Visual Arts. His thesis Scratching Windows, a short documentary film about graffiti writers, was broadcast as part of the doc series REEL NY on WNET - NY PBS. In 2001, Ken directed and edited Take Me to The River a feature length documentary about the Maha Kumbh Mela festival in Allahabad, India. Kokoyakyu: High School Baseball, his film about the famous Koshien Tournament in Japan was nationally broadcast on PBS as part of POV and continues to play in Japan on NHK-TV. In 2007, Ken was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship to launch My Life In China. Recently, he edited Tested for director Curtis Chin, and is currently developing projects on post-genocide reconciliation in Rwanda and the rise of baseball in China.