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Yue-Sai Kan builds a bridge linking China and the West

China Daily USA | Updated: 2018-08-31 06:26

32 years ago, in 1986, Chinese people got their first glimpse of the outside world only by watching television at home -- Yue-Sai Kan’s “One World”.

The 15-minute first travel program on Chinese television, which aired twice a week in Chinese and then in English, brought Western society closer to an audience of 300 million Chinese every week.

Yue-Sai also “colorized” the country by launching her first cosmetics products bearing her name in 1992. “The key word is ‘ready’. They want gaige kaifang (reform and opening-up),” Kan said.

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