100 Faces, Season 3: To UAE, Tanzania, South America, and Pakistan to top it all up
Director Ryo Takeuchi travels far and wide to meet Huawei employees all over to world to learn about their lives, their work, their dreams, their challenges and their contributions to society. Season 1 took place entirely in China. In Season 2, Takeuchi went to Thailand and Japan. Season 3 takes him much further afield.
Episode 1: A major sport event
Takeuchi goes behind the scene talking with the organizers of a major international sport event in Qatar. Despite being under a tight schedule, engineers and technicians take time to explain how technologies like 5G can improve the experience of sports fans on-site as well those who watch the competition on TV. He also learns about how a stadium is readied for a major event.
Episode 2: Connecting African villages
Takeuchi then heads to Tanzania to discover how more and more small villages are getting network coverage and internet access.
Episode 3: Guarding the World's heritage
In this episode, Takeuchi hops over to The Americas. In Guatemala, he gets to visit the birthplace of the Mayan civilization in Tikal, Guatemala. Along the way, he learns about the threats rainforests face and how technology can help to protect those habitats rich in flora and fauna.
Episode 4: Grand Finale -- While 100 Faces ends here, the mission to connect people worldwide continues
In this last and final episode of Takeuchi’s journey, the director travels deep into the tropical rainforests of Surinam in South America, one of the world’s least densely populated countries. After that, his final stop is Pakistan where he gets to survey the damage caused by the catastrophic floods of 2022. And everywhere he goes, obviously, he meets Huawei people.