Programs will pay tribute to China's huge changes

A series of programs produced to pay tribute to China's reform and opening-up.
Ti Gong

The 20-episode documentary series called “1978-2018” gathers scholars and veteran reporters to look back on the achievements of China’s reform and opening-up. 

Shanghai Media Group has produced a batch of programs to celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening-up.

The programs cover documentaries, TV dramas, a series of news report and themed concerts. 

The third season of the award-winning documentary series “China’s Challenges” has been produced.

Hosted by China analyst Robert Kuhn, the series focuses on new challenges and opportunities for China’s development in the following decades. 

The 20-episode documentary series “1978-2018” gathers scholars and veteran reporters to look back on the achievements of China’s reform and opening-up. They will also share their own stories related with the drive.

“Like a Flowing River,” an epic series produced by the group, will begin airing on Dragon TV on December 10.

The realistic series, based on Ah Nai’s novel, portrays the tremendous changes of China's society, economy, and local people’s lives since 1978.

On December 10, a themed concert will also be hosted. Celebrated artists Li Guyi, Shen Xiaocen and Zhu Mingying will perform. The concert will also honor pop singers who have made big contributions to Chinese pop music over the years. 

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