Synopsis by Alexis Culotta
Profiling Swiss diplomat Uli Sigg, a key player in transforming China's economic policy and an avid collector of contemporary Chinese art. This documentary examines Sigg's decision to exhibit most of his art collection at a Hong Kong museum, and explores the various facets of his life, career, and impact on international relations. Directed by Michael Schindhelm.
art-collection, China, Maoism, Swiss [nationality]