Enter the Dragon

ABC News reports on life in Hong Kong before the British turnover to China in 1997.Enter the Dragon: Part One- A Personal Diary In 1997, Ted Koppel revisits Hong Kong prior to the turnover to China. Hong Kong is where Ted learned his trade as a foreign correspondent. In personal diary form, Ted reflects on the years he spent in Hong Kong with his wife and children in the late 60s, the Cultural Revolution and the economic and lifestyle changes there over the years.Enter the Dragon: Part Two- What Does the Future Hold? Months before the turnover of Hong Kong to China, the city remains the high stakes, high energy place that still brings business from all over the world. David Chu is one of Hong Kong's high rollers. He's a legislator who likes life in the fast lane. He and his family were refugees from communist China, but he grew up in America, went to Harvard Business School and made a fortune. He's given up his US passport and is betting most of what he has on the new Hong Kong and the continuing impact of capitalism.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

Genre: Action, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Robert Clouse
Production: Warner Home Video
  1 win.
Rotten Tomatoes:
R (Restricted)

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