I Don't Remember the Name

2018 / 11:03 / two-channel HD video

CCuba once had the largest Chinese community in Latin America. In 1847, the first group of five hundred Chinese workers arrived in Cuba as indentured workers. Through juxtapositions of the now-disappearing Chinese migrant worker community in Havana and the expanding investments in Cuba made by China, the film observes the visible and invisible traces of Chinese capitals in a Chinese nursing home, a Wifi park, a bio-power plant and sugarcane fields, punctuated by archival petitions from the Chinese 'coolies' in the late 19th century.