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Earth to Mouth

Earth to Mouth
41:33 | 2002

Categories: Health and Food, Politics, Arts and Culture

Filmed at the Wing Fong Farm in Ontario, this documentary follows the tilling, planting and harvesting of Asian vegetables destined for Chinese markets and restaurants. On 80 acres of land, Lau King-Fai, her son and a half-dozen migrant Mexican workers care for the plants. For Yeung Kwan, her son, the farm represents personal and financial independence. For his mother, it is an oasis of peace. For the Mexican workers, it provides jobs that help support their children back home.

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Tamaron
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July 13, 2013
A
yam
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June 25, 2013
A+
Phil Williams
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December 25, 2011
Nice. Human and gentle.