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Documentary about a chinese woman comming to the Netherlands
« Gepost op: 22 oktober 2005, 15:10:10 »
This is a documentary from Wen-jie Qin and it shows about her going to school and the "inburgering" in The Netherlands

http://www.vpro.nl/programma/tegenlicht/afleveringen/22372390/

Click on the right side beneath "VIDEO"
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The documentary is most part in english with dutch subtitles
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Documentary about a chinese woman comming to the Netherlands
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 18 december 2005, 15:35:09 »
I saw this documentary a few months ago, with my girlfriend (she is from Vietnam). We found it a very bad documentary. It doesnt show the "inburgerings" course, it only describes how lonely this women is, herself.

She complains about Holland a lot, but at one point she is on the phone with a lawyer, and then she asks "if I divorce within 2 years, does it have concequences for my residence permit". Why she wants to stay in Holland if she's not happy with her husband, and the country as a whole??

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Re: Documentary about a chinese woman comming to the Netherlands
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 08 februari 2019, 23:49:21 »
erg vreemde docu