Xinjiang-born couple dreaming big in Beijing

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This is a touching story about the efforts of Xinjiang-born couple Nawkiran and Paziliya to realize their dream of a career in music in Beijing. The fact that some of the music was made by Nawkiran, now a successful musician, makes this documentary especially appealing.

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