Migrant Worker Seeks Love


I’ve always had a thing for Sexy Beijing, Danwei‘s offbeat, good-natured sendup of the HBO television series Sex and the City. Its host, Anna Sophie Loewenberg, explores some of Beijing’s social and culture issues through the guise of a funnier, more awkward and self-effacing Carrie Bradshaw. Its treatment is decidedly lightweight but, like a lot of supposedly light fare, it touches on some pretty fundamental truths in an entertaining way. In the latest installment, Loewenberg quizzes some of Beijing’s many migrant workers on their love lives; their responses are often quite candid. It’s a nice peek into the lives of the “floating population.”

This entry was written by Christopher DeWolf , posted on Saturday February 21 2009at 11:02 am , filed under Asia Pacific, Society and Culture, Video and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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