Capturing images of people across China, exploring its ever-changing lifestyles, and feeling the heartbeat of its villages, towns, and cities. -- This is “Selfie”, giving you real life stories in China.
Live through the Pandemic
Since the beginning of 2020, the covid-19 pandemic has brought dramatic changes to the lives of Chinese people. Some lost their jobs, while others found new business opportunities out of the crisis.
Live streaming and short videos help poverty alleviation, what’s next?
Data from the Commerce Ministry shows that there were over 4 million live streaming shows during the first quarter of 2020. Over 100 mayors and village officials joined the trend to sell local agricultural products. As China continues its work of poverty alleviation, the question is how to guarantee a sustainable development for rural areas after they've been lifted out of poverty?
Frontline doctor tells how to better prepare for future health crisis
As China seems to have contained the spread of coronavirus successfully, deputies of the ongoing National People’s Congress session have been discussing measures including faster responses, better resource distribution, and long-term prevention measures that ensure China will be fully prepared for public health crises in future.
My Stolen Life
The docudrama My Stolen Life was adapted from a real-life story.
As some tragedies began, they would never end. Most cases of missing children end with parents spending years, or the rest of their lives looking for their lost child. A mother in southwest China found her son after three years of searching across the nation, but she never knew her troubles were far from over.
Yangjia: sounding the alarm in times of crisis
As the world is hit by the coronavirus, small cities can be especially vulnerable in terms of crisis management. Check out this story about how a highly responsive information sharing system helps a small city in Hubei province, that was once out of medical supplies, finally manage the fight against the epidemic.
The Chinese life against coronavirus
Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in January of this year, medical staff in China has been fighting like warriors, while the public has also joined the fight against the epidemic in different ways. Let’s have a panoramic glimpse of what this has been like.