HuanDao Documentary follows the story of two young women embarking on a two-week bicycle trip (known as huandao) through the country of Taiwan. One is Taiwanese American, and her return to the island explores her relationship with her family, her bicultural identity, and her greater understanding of self, home, and belonging. They travel through the beautiful island, experiencing its food and culture, befriending strangers along the way that challenge the question– what does it mean to be Taiwanese and what does it mean to be American?
Pre-order the film today at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/huandaodocumentary
If you’re interested in joining in our #communedontconsume movement, director SueAnn Shiah will be leading a live tweet of the film’s for it’s online release at 8PM CST on the evening of March 31st, 2017. If you’re interested in joining in you can use the hashtag #huandaodoc. If you’re inclined, we encourage you to host a screening at your home. If your school, church, or community center would like to host a screening, let us know so we can share the opportunity for viewers to engage in a community context!