Where hunger is at its worst
On this week's show, we'll be meeting the Uighur families who've left China for a safer life in Turkey. Plus: the British-Somali woman changing perceptions about food and identity.
This week on WorldLink we look at China's past and future. We hear from former activists about the brutal crackdown on student-led protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square 30 years ago, and we find out how a sleepy village in the German countryside became a hub for Chinese businesses. Plus, a mountaineer's take on this year's deadly Mount Everest climbing season.
Eleven people have died on Mount Everest this year in the deadliest climbing season since 2015. Some of those deaths have been blamed on overcrowding and growing numbers of inexperienced climbers. In an interview, New Zealand mountaineer Lydia Bradey talks about what's changed on Everest over the past three decades.
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