Competing claims to the resources of South China Sea make the region one of the world's most dangerous flash points. But the most recent casualty was not from competing claims to rocky outcrops but from fishing rights. Sarah Mishkin goes to the village of the fisherman who was shot and the local port of Donggang to find out how things are changing for those who make a living in the South China Sea.
Filmed and produced by Sarah Mishkin and Jason Liu. Edited by Tom Griggs
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