With the sky and earth, tradition and modernization, natural landscape and artificial construction presented, from east to west, south to north, what the audiences see are the changes of this country, as well as its dynamic stories and prospects filled with hardships.
From the barren yellowbrown land of the QinghaiTibet Plateau to the bristling buildings in Chongqing, the sharp contrast allows the audience to more accurately grasp China’s position in the world and thus understand challenges the country will face. The author is a senior editor with the People’s Daily, and currently a senior fellow with the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China. email@example.com. cn. Follow him on Twitter @ dinggangchina