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Stories of China's reform and opening-up win applause on internet | Updated: 2018-12-10 15:02
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Poster of the documentary. [Photo/People's Daily]

An 18-episode documentary, co-produced by the Publicity Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and China Media Group, is airing two episodes a day starting with its Dec 2 debut on China Central Television.

The name of the documentary is We Walk Through Together — A Tribute to the 40 Years of Reform and Opening-up. It includes 107 stories related to reform and opening-up and interviews 183 people who have experienced the changes of the times, according to the producers.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up.

The producers said the documentary shows the rich results of China's development over the decades and the significant changes that have taken place in Chinese society.

The documentary is popular on network video platforms. Through ordinary people's stories and its detailed history lessons, it is winning applause on the internet.

Netizens echoed these sentiments in comments. "This documentary is worth seeing. Everyone should understand how our motherland has grown stronger step by step," one said. Another remarked, "There should be more documentaries like this, remembering history and looking to the future."

In addition to on-site interviews and filming, the documentary also presents a large number of historical materials, linking up the reform years with classical songs, movies and television shows, which evoke the unforgettable common memory of the Chinese people over the 40 years.

The documentary brings Chinese people not only memories, but also motivation.

"After watching the documentary, I was deeply moved by the spirit of innovation and self-improvement of our predecessors. I will try my best to learn from them, work and study steadfastly, and strive to make my own contribution to the motherland in the future," one netizen said.

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