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AsiaLENS - Finding Yingying
The webinar link provided is for the filmmaker discussion on Tuesday, April 6 at 5 pm. A link to view the film will be available after the registration.

About the documentary:
An award winning documentary debut by Chicago-based filmmaker Jiayan Shi, Finding Yingying presents the tragic story of Yingying Zhang, the 26-year-old Chinese student who disappeared from the University of Illinois campus in 2017. In deftly balancing one of the most tragic events to befall Urbana Champaign, this film humanizes Yingying through her own diary reflections and the perspectives of her family and friends. With exclusive access gained by trust, Shi closely follows the family’s journey as they search to unravel the mystery of Yingying’s disappearance and seek justice for their daughter while navigating a strange, foreign country. As an international student, Shi knowingly conveys the universal hopes, dreams and fears of families with loved ones studying abroad.

The event is co-sponsored by:
• Spurlock Museum
• Illinois Global Institute
• Center for African Studies
• Center for Global Studies
• Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
• Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
• European Union Center
• The Lemann Center for Brazilian Studies
• Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center
• Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program

Apr 6, 2021 05:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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