The University of Helsinki, a member institution of the Finnish China Law Center, has arranged trial access to Kanopy video streaming service. Students and researchers at the University may access Kanopy through Helka-database with the username and password that has been provided by the Helsinki University Library.
Kanopy offers thousands of films, movies, documentaries and educational videos on over 80 subjects, including Asian studies. It, thus, presents a great alternative for Chinese law and legal culture enthusiasts during this exceptional situation where campus libraries as well as all learning facilities are closed.
Through the streaming service, students and researchers can select among a wide variety of contents which document China’s history and transformation from developing nation to the world’s next largest economy, investigation into Chinese political, economic and social systems, and understanding of Chinese traditional and contemporary culture and society.
Some key topics covered include:
- China’s history
- China’s Industrial Development
- China’s world role China in Africa, Europe, Latin America
- China’s political system
- Internet censorship in China
- Chinese economy
- Businesses in China
- China’s social development
- Women in China
- Conditions in rural China
- China’s urban migration
- Air and water crisis in China
- Renewable energy in China
- Education in China
- Chinese law and criminal justice
- Human rights in China