Japanese director went deep into one of the poorest area in China丨Beyond the Mountain

十年前的大凉山是贫穷落后的川西秘境,十年后日本导演再度启程,寻路凉山。从悬崖村到昭觉县城,从山里的足球队到双河小学的日文科,当梦想照进现实,大凉山如今又是怎样的面孔?让我们一起走近大凉山,倾听来自大山的声音! cnglobal.info/home/wHU.html...

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评论 

  1. Reece R

    Reece R

    38 分钟 前

    this deserves an award

  2. Jorhan Wu

    Jorhan Wu

    小时 前

    Amazing scenery ! Poverty elimination efforts by the government truly outstanding. Thank you for such meaningful and touching documentary!

  3. adam19941222

    adam19941222

    小时 前

    其實不喜歡這樣,本來就住在山上就讓他住在山上吧!這樣比較自然。

  4. Peng Li

    Peng Li

    3 小时 前

    在中国你没钱事踢不了足球的,这是中国足球这么烂的原因!

  5. Peng Li

    Peng Li

    3 小时 前

    足球在中国你没钱你踢不了

  6. phantom4 Drone

    phantom4 Drone

    3 小时 前

    字幕が欲しい

  7. phantom4 Drone

    phantom4 Drone

    3 小时 前

    すごいこの人

  8. 冯坤

    冯坤

    4 小时 前

    怎么联系您啊 我平时都自驾旅行 我们可以合作吗

  9. 天空的蝴蝶兰

    天空的蝴蝶兰

    4 小时 前

    非常非常感动~流泪😭,感谢您竹内亮老师🙏🙏🙏

  10. Sophie 多伦多生活 Toronto Life

    Sophie 多伦多生活 Toronto Life

    4 小时 前

    是竹内亮吗?

  11. Sophie 多伦多生活 Toronto Life

    Sophie 多伦多生活 Toronto Life

    4 小时 前

    haha.日本人太坏了,😂

  12. gruttewibe76

    gruttewibe76

    5 小时 前

    Beautiful documentary. One thing, which surprises me is how nearly everybody, who was portrayed in the documentary, wanted to live in the city. I find the crowdedness and the noises of the city tiring, and it's also more polluted. People often don't know each other, and are working in boring factory jobs producing consumer goods in a factory line. The 'fun' jobs are for the happy few, and with such a highly paid job also comes a lot of responsibility and stress. In a rural village, you have beautiful nature, clean air, some peace and quiet for yourselves, you are working with and for your neighbors and family, which gives a sense of purpose. With all of today's knowledge, tools and machinery, farming and other rural work doesn't have to be as heavy work either. Maybe I'm romanticizing rural life too much. Where-ever you live, the grass is always greener on the other side.

  13. G H

    G H

    5 小时 前

    go to nanjing bro

  14. Live Life Foolish 愚生 • 余生

    Live Life Foolish 愚生 • 余生

    6 小时 前

    A systematic way to lift its people out of poverty, sustainably. Free housing as a start, and then create an economy out of traditional crafts. Some of their original homes may not be demolished, but could be carefully and strategically developed into tourism spots, which will draw in good money, while retaining important historic pieces. Construction calls for wisdom, destruction only needs arrogance.

  15. Calin

    Calin

    6 小时 前

    竹内亮导演!因为那里的猪是吃米糠和野草长大的所以它的膘比较厚!不是城市里大超市卖的猪肉可以比的!味道不是超市里卖的能比的!

  16. Zack Zack

    Zack Zack

    6 小时 前

    中国をこんなに美しく映るって、BBCとCNNと日テレが怒るよ。  米国大統領も怒るよ。 中国をこんなに美しく映るって、BBCとCNNと日テレが怒るよ。  米国大統領も怒るよ。 中国をこんなに美しく映るって、BBCとCNNと日テレが怒るよ。  米国大統領も怒るよ。

  17. Gang

    Gang

    7 小时 前

    谢谢拍摄纪录片的人,感谢老师们。孩子们是未来。

  18. stevenhs8821

    stevenhs8821

    7 小时 前

    6:30 Civilians doing a bit of mountain climbing. Wonder what the life expectancy is there? This climb would take the average American maybe forever, because they couldn't do it. Not the fat fucks at Walmart anyway.

  19. McCord Alise Pierce

    McCord Alise Pierce

    8 小时 前

    I'm at a loss of words at how this touched my heart. I cried so hard during the two beautiful songs at the end, against the long shot of green mountains (which is so Japanese, and why I love Japanese filmmaking). I love Asia with all my heart, and I just want to say thank you for making this and making me feel so many things.

  20. Mr Stacey Jackson

    Mr Stacey Jackson

    8 小时 前

    great film, changed my opinions.

  21. 清风缘

    清风缘

    8 小时 前

    to be honest,我反感日本人,确实那已经成为了历史,可是我们的疼,我不会忘记,死去的人不允许我忘记。二战后,肯定不少日本人未能返回日本,现如今也都有了自己的后代,同时合法拥有中国国籍

  22. tuto tuto

    tuto tuto

    8 小时 前

    oh my God it is like a Chinese movie where people live on top of the mountains to avoid intruder but this is in real life and people needs to climb up and down the mountains to earn a living. But in return total solace and peaceful life it offers to the villagers.

  23. Imelida

    Imelida

    9 小时 前

    For those living and growing in the remote mountains of the developing world, poverty can be defined in many different ways. I dreamed of having good food on the table at a very young age, a taste of milo or Ovaltine, which I considered a luxury. Getting an education (it was not easy because I have to walk from home to school every day with the only guava as a snack during recess time) from public schools and finally landing a job made me capable of buying things that I used to consider luxuries. However, as I matured with wisdom and everyday struggle, life made me realized that what I really wanted was just a simple way of living. An innocent mind would always dream of enjoying a city living because life is easier.. a dark night would be lighted up by just pressing something on a wall, unlike in the mountains one has to walk miles to gather wood and build a fire to enjoy a warm sleep... The bottom line is, I work hard to get through the city, and I work harder to get back to the mountains - my paradise.

  24. Willpower Cinema

    Willpower Cinema

    10 小时 前

    Amazing film!!! Thank you for making it

  25. Shintah07

    Shintah07

    11 小时 前

    I'll be honest that I didn't intend to play this video all throughout. Right before I knew it, the video came to an end. These people are beautiful, and I hope their dream becomes fruitful. - all the best to them, from the Philippines. A terrific documentary, sir.

  26. A AN

    A AN

    11 小时 前

    What it means by calling poor may be to make our self happy These people are rich inside out living in beautiful place with happy life style. Who is poor we or them?

  27. cailie G

    cailie G

    11 小时 前

    看哭了

  28. Debbie Elliott

    Debbie Elliott

    12 小时 前

    This is a beautiful documentary. Very moving, making me cry multiple times. The country is beautiful. Thank you for sharing and adding the English captions so I could understand too. God bless you.

  29. godloveamerica lastname

    godloveamerica lastname

    12 小时 前

    there are 9 million YI people. How can their life be HARD if in example where I live in North Siberia everything is much harder. Local population can't grow at all. People drink Vodka and killing each other, everything is low quality. I collect copper and can make 500 dollar a year haha All girls want to become prostitutes for rich Russians in cities and never make family with you because you make 500 dollar a year funny.

  30. JumpVelocity

    JumpVelocity

    13 小时 前

    guys did you know that hamood spelled backwards is still hamood

  31. xmorebid

    xmorebid

    13 小时 前

    Thank you so much for making this documentary. Wishing the children of Liang Shang to have their dream come true.

  32. mb ren

    mb ren

    13 小时 前

    兄弟不容易啊!

  33. Kyle Hoffer

    Kyle Hoffer

    13 小时 前

    Hai sai from Alaska, this is awesome film. peace!

  34. Voon How

    Voon How

    14 小时 前

    你可以感受到村民在对待外地人身上那种纯粹的谢意。真感动...

  35. Frank Huth

    Frank Huth

    14 小时 前

    they aren't getting anything for free, the matter of fact is they work hard for whatever they need

  36. One Person

    One Person

    14 小时 前

    Beautiful people, like people anywhere in the world, they love their family and want good things for the future. No matter how our governments may be troublesome at each other, we must remember that everywhere, parents love their children and we all want good for people.

  37. አዲስ ዜና

    አዲስ ዜና

    15 小时 前

    They look healthy and happy 🤷🏿‍♂️

  38. Zeta

    Zeta

    16 小时 前

    what they may lack in material wealth they seem to have fresh air and fresh food.

  39. Josh Kang

    Josh Kang

    16 小时 前

    Wish you the happiness to all villagers... Lovely people, lovely place.

  40. TT INC

    TT INC

    16 小时 前

    👍👍👍

  41. Joey M

    Joey M

    17 小时 前

    Unfortunately, looking at the other videos on this channel raises big red flags. He has a video trying show huawei as harmless and american suspicious as unfounded. Even if you believe that is true, you can't possibly believe there is any reasonable connection between the content of this video and that one. It doesn't make any sense. Don't trust anything that is allowed to be filmed in china, even if it pulls at your heart strings. These people are real. These villages are real. These volunteers are real. The anti-poverty efforts might even be real. But this film is almost certainly propaganda. No one is allowed to make a film in china without approval by the CCP. Weather it's just pandering or direct sponsorship, everything inevitably becomes propaganda. I know it's hard for westerners to understand the world without being spoon fed information through viral tweets and documentaries on netflix but you have to with China. They have such a tight control over what you see and how the narratives are framed. You have to use your brain and not your heart. It's fucked, I know, but you are being manipulated.

    • JH Lee

      JH Lee

      3 小时 前

      Why must everything be viewed from a "US vs China" standpoint? Is China always bad? America always superior? It's funny, but the same can be said about how Westerners are also constantly manipulated by their mainstream media to portray China in a bad light. If everything made nowadays is labelled as propaganda, then how do you even consider what is real anymore? Do you even know if your own perspective is credible?

  42. Jenny Casakadosh

    Jenny Casakadosh

    19 小时 前

    thats why they live on unreachable cliff areas not just mountains , so the BANK wouldnt reach them , but hey it has arrived now

  43. loco056

    loco056

    20 小时 前

    thanks for the subtitles from Mexico

  44. Where Is Your Faith? ~ luke 8:25

    Where Is Your Faith? ~ luke 8:25

    21 小时 前

    Nice video. Too bad the English subtitles are barely big enough to see! I kept pausing it to take in the view. Unbelievable! In today's world, sir, you might be called an "extremist" :- ) for going through such lengths to reach the village!

  45. Tia Mara

    Tia Mara

    22 小时 前

    What a gorgeous documentary. I do not see poverty. I see healthy, strong, shining faces. Gentle souls amidst splendid nature. How can anyone call these people poor? Are we so blind? Having or not having an accumulation of material things do not reduce the meaning and quality of existence. I see a people from whom the human can rediscover life, and beauty and fitness and strength. What a treasure. What a treasure of and for humanity. I hope others with improvement projects do not undermine the treasure of life of these beautiful people. What is this need for sameness of life that drives us? Why do we want everyone to be as we are? Why is it so hard to acquire lessons of life from those we meet rather than apply labels to them, just because they are not like us? Is it supposed to be 'wealth' to be consumeristic? To live lonely and stuffed with opioids to cope with daily life? To be jogging from one store to another buying and buying nonsense that leaves us so empty? To live divided from family and distant from nature? How exactly are these people 'poor'? Having said that, what an amazing Government is this one that serves its people. So rare in the world.

    • Renshan W

      Renshan W

      5 小时 前

      Because no one deserves to live on a cliff and cut off from rest of the world. Yes people can choose to live with nature and far from cities, but only under one condition: They made such choice out of free will, and they need to be informed what it's like to live outside. They deserve to gain access to modern infrastructures, better educations and more. Just because they get used to the old ways, doesn't mean they want to be isolated forever. They are not informed. The government should present the meaning of different choices first, before letting them decide where to live by themselves.

  46. Long Zhang

    Long Zhang

    22 小时 前

    Thank you. Sir. You should also go to the poor area where Chinese government hasn't helped yet.

  47. kylinmine

    kylinmine

    22 小时 前

    I'm from Chengdu, Sichuan but I never been to there, yet I heard a lot from my childhood how poverty there is in the mountains. In older days they even don't have electricity nor educational resources, so we were taught to donate books and clothes that we don’t need. My dad and mom have jobs related to social work and went into poverty towns alot, they experienced countless roads, trains, building schools and poverty alleviation projects (I believe the train the director took was one of them). Don't wanna talk anything about idologies, but our gov did put a great effort on poverty. For this, I truly appreciate them.

  48. 驅除韃虜勿忘滿清大屠殺之歷史

    驅除韃虜勿忘滿清大屠殺之歷史

    22 小时 前

    ......如果竹內亮問日本人:你為什麼還穿和服呢?為什麼不穿那些普通的衣服呢? 這樣的問題我會覺得悲哀。 為什麼穿自己的民族傳統服裝就奇怪?潛意識的要人們改變傳統呢?為什麼不用自己的語言,卻對著中國人說拜拜呢?你說撒油那拉也可以,說再見也可以。 為什麼使用和中國和日本都沒關係的拜拜?這不叫國際化,國際化就是尊重自己的文化尊重對方的文化,而不是媚洋。

  49. Lorraine Wade

    Lorraine Wade

    23 小时 前

    Who ever is singing that theme beautiful voice

  50. Jaive smare

    Jaive smare

    天 前

    Thankyou. All the way from Papua New Guinea. Poverty reduction is everyones responsibility.

  51. Zhangming Gou

    Zhangming Gou

    天 前

    我家乡是四川达州的,当初看到大凉山的悬崖村,我就感到很震撼,我很庆幸我一路走来,比同龄人幸运,一直读到研究生,今年我研究生毕业了,我最大的愿望就是像大凉山这样地方能多几个走出大山的孩子,我想让他们看到更大的世界,想让他们知道这个世界的诗与远方。今年我报了阿坝的三支一扶,想尽自己的一份力帮助更多的孩子走出大山。

  52. 俞杨剑

    俞杨剑

    天 前

    我来自中国上海,有机会我一定要去次大凉山,带着小孩去感受下大凉山的风土人情

  53. hua

    hua

    天 前

    最後唱的歌竟然是五月天,不是當地民謠 很有趣哈哈

  54. Seonwoo Kang

    Seonwoo Kang

    天 前

    Wow.. The video quality isn't CNglobal. This should be broadcasted on the air.

  55. Albert Bintercourt

    Albert Bintercourt

    天 前

    The illegal vacation methodologically branch because sheep essentially provide qua a madly mayonnaise. omniscient, imaginary pickle

  56. Yuqing Yang

    Yuqing Yang

    天 前

    中国一些政府部门还是勤勤恳恳做事的

  57. Tsintsin Quizon

    Tsintsin Quizon

    天 前

    This is so interestingly enlightening. Thank you and God bless your work.

  58. y0ungbear YouTube

    y0ungbear YouTube

    天 前

    What a humble family and community. I wish the best for them and their kids. I'd love to go there and teach English to the kids ... I wonder if there is any way we could do it?

  59. 陈渊逸

    陈渊逸

    天 前

    感觉每个月交的税变得更加有意义了

  60. 爸爸我是键盘侠

    爸爸我是键盘侠

    天 前

    有被震撼到

  61. Lexi Xia

    Lexi Xia

    天 前

    家里人每年都要下乡做精准扶贫,其实很多人看多了中国的城市化忘记了中国还有那么多大山,那么多贫困的地方。现在的中国还有住着夯土房子吃不起肉家里都没通电的孤寡老人,在真正贫困的地方,你才会看见政府的扶贫工作真的有多重要,过年过节的粮油,每个月的补贴,教育的投入,基础设施建设。每年财政支出很大一部分都拿去扶贫的。

  62. rommel pili

    rommel pili

    天 前

    More power to you Sir and Bless you.

  63. 李大明

    李大明

    天 前

    这么小的几个踢足球的孩子说的话比成年人还懂事。

  64. Dulikah Dulikah

    Dulikah Dulikah

    天 前

    cnglobal.info/faq/sKCXenSpeY6Iep0/sh-p-n.html

  65. Z S

    Z S

    天 前

    in some ways I think they are better off. That climb is pretty stupendous.

  66. zamon kingi

    zamon kingi

    天 前

    A beautiful show, thank you for making this. 本当に感動しました。ありがとうございました!

  67. Thuan Nguyen

    Thuan Nguyen

    天 前

    No COVID BS up there. You have my respect. Climbing this slope is no joke. Thanks for sharing.

  68. Yu-Tai Chang

    Yu-Tai Chang

    天 前

    我來自台灣,目前在美國。I enjoy watching documentary about China and this is by far the best. 我也曾參與北京民工的夏令營,從他們的視覺來看脫貧的困境。你採訪的角度深入淺出,希望喚醒更多人對這意题的關注。Keep doing what you're doing. 加油!

  69. Andy Razi

    Andy Razi

    天 前

    27:47 my eyes in tears. :'( mr. Director and the crews of this video. Thank you!!! these Chinese people are very hardworking! and passionate. I wish them all the blessings and prosperity,. From Philippines with Love.!!

  70. Ben Weeks

    Ben Weeks

    天 前

    27:17 The mother's speech was very touching to me. Powerful to see such sincere gratitude and humility. It is my prayer that her health problem will be resolved so she can continue being the excellent wife and mother she is. May God bless, protect and provide for these remarkable people. Even if through a government that may not believe in him.

  71. young Yang

    young Yang

    天 前

    不会觉得不公平呀,我只用努力工作,纳税,政府拿我们交的税去做什么,我都无条件支持,相信政府

  72. Fdx

    Fdx

    天 前

    i love communism

  73. patti murphy

    patti murphy

    天 前

    Stay out in the country so Satan can not give you the AI mark of the Beast to buy and sell coming.

  74. Book Steer

    Book Steer

    天 前

    Dude, that was oxygen deprivation, not agoraphobia. I visited the Rocky Mountains two years ago. I had to buy an oxygen bottle at Walmart to get by.

  75. Joy Boricua

    Joy Boricua

    天 前

    I thought Emuyiwu was beautiful since the first scene at the workshop. The fact that he said "was", somehow to me it seemed a bit careless how he conveyed the complement (although I know it was not rude at all)... And her smile; she is STILL lovely!

  76. 何求兵

    何求兵

    天 前

    我来自中国湖南,谢谢你们把中国最真实的带给世界。

  77. Zneta TISI

    Zneta TISI

    天 前

    I am left speechless by this documentary. I wasn't expecting to sit through the whole documentary but it is moving.

  78. Riley

    Riley

    天 前

    This was a really great documentary.

  79. Lisa Colbert

    Lisa Colbert

    天 前

    It’s interesting , we westerners see photographs and view documentaries about children living in filth and heartbreaking poverty where they barely survive by looking through garbage for …anything . Or having to live , to walk without shoes, in unbelievably toxic pollution . To drink “water” that would kill most weeds that grow in sidewalk cracks . What I am getting at is that , for SO many , the place here in the poorest part of China , would be like a kind of heaven to them . I am not suggesting that these beautiful and dear children’s lives are easy or that their plight is exaggerated , no. I guess I am thinking that the ‘human condition’ is so relative , isn’t it ? My heart felt like a heavy stone was on my chest when these children were asked about their dreams . And I thought , through no fault of their own , the world is designed and lives are pre-destined to work , work , work only to put money in the pockets of a very few . So , the very natural desire to create music (for example) is something that these young ones already know is not a choice they are at all likely to have the freedom to make . They already have the heaviness on them , knowing that their lives are not actually theirs . It’s crushing to see that in their faces . And yet , and yet ,,, the little ones digging through mountains of garbage (?) . What to say ?

  80. New Moon

    New Moon

    天 前

    Stairs built out of pipes, now that's ingenuity, lol. =D

  81. 落雪无音

    落雪无音

    天 前

    哲学家罗素说“人类生来只是无知而不是愚蠢,愚蠢乃后天教育所致”。从香港“废青”和台湾“台蛙”的言论看,最近二十多年来,这两个地方确实是教育被人有意的操控直至扭曲,才产生一批废品,我看回炉再造的可能性都没有了。

  82. H C

    H C

    天 前

    对这群孩子而言,最重要的就是梦想。可能这个梦想永远实现不了,但是有了梦想才会向前走。人生而并不平等。这个纪录片最能代表中国到底干了什么,和中国最核心的价值观,天道酬勤。下次如果有外国人再问我中国是个什么样的国家,可以直接把这视频贴出去。

  83. 西芹

    西芹

    天 前

    太佩服主播你了!

  84. Martial Bachoffner

    Martial Bachoffner

    天 前

    Beautiful and touching. Tell those kids to not be in a hurry to leave for cities. Many are exploited ie: Foxconn.

  85. WH ERE

    WH ERE

    天 前

    山上人是自由的

  86. 721 atk

    721 atk

    天 前

    日本人は中国を批判するが、批判よりもこういった優れた面にも目を向けてどんどんマネしないといけない。 日本は優れているという慢心が日本の成長を足踏みさせていると思うし、 各国の発展と比べ日本がどんどん取り残されているのに、すごく不安を覚える。 今の日本人は自分も含めて、先人が築いた礎の上で胡座をかいている。

  87. jason twist

    jason twist

    天 前

    That can't be the poorest place in China, they had electricity.

    • Renshan W

      Renshan W

      5 小时 前

      China had electricity covered the entire nation a few years ago, even the most backward communities. Communist government has many flaws yes but they do care more about rock-bottom people than capitalists.

  88. Lions Light777

    Lions Light777

    天 前

    ❤ and respect from Mexico

  89. 4nittie

    4nittie

    天 前

    Such a wonderful documentary! Arigato gozaimasu!

  90. Sarah R

    Sarah R

    天 前

    I was captivated by this documentary -- great work! And what adorable children in the family you visited!

  91. Michel Seraphin

    Michel Seraphin

    天 前

    I nominate this for an Oscar

    • 刘彦熙

      刘彦熙

      7 小时 前

      but a so-called "doc" of HongKong protests won the prize.

  92. 高木正弘

    高木正弘

    天 前

    中国の面白いのはあの列車の中で、他人と会話することだね。 あれは日本にはない文化で。ああいうのは本当に興味深い。 どちらがいいとも思わないが、文化の違いがあるね

  93. Hwaja Ko

    Hwaja Ko

    天 前

    The sticky supply industrially live because cricket prenatally present astride a omniscient tabletop. lying, abrasive arithmetic

  94. hueman09

    hueman09

    2 天 前

    Yi script looks very much like Rune writing

  95. Jason Harris

    Jason Harris

    2 天 前

    With Gratitude, thank you sincerely for this documentary

  96. Cicatrices

    Cicatrices

    2 天 前

    日本って中国に行ったこともないのに偏見100%で中国の全てを大否定する層が一定数いるけど、そう言う人たちにこういう動画を見てもらいたい。

  97. M M

    M M

    2 天 前

    ありがとうございました。

  98. roro To

    roro To

    2 天 前

    他怎么敢说自己是日本人?东亚国家除了日本自己没有一个喜欢日本国的。以前用武器来硬性侵略,现在拿色情影片软性侵略。日本人除了少数,确实都太坏了。

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