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Reality show 'The Day I Ran China' explores country's development

By Wang Ru | | Updated: 2019-11-12 14:27
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On Nov 7, a seminar to discuss The Day I Ran China, a reality show made by Mango TV and Discovery Channel, was held in Beijing.

The show explored foreign young people's experiences in China as they embarked on new fields of employment relating to China's development, such as express delivery, artificial intelligence driving systems and smart buses.

Experts expressed their views on the show and offered suggestions for the second season. According to Zhou Jihong, deputy director of the international cooperation bureau under the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, "The show is new in its angle of seeing China, its content and way of broadcasting. It symbolizes Mango TV's new attempt to cooperate with the Discovery Channel."

As of writing, the show has reached over 120,000,000 hits. It has been aired both in China and overseas through the Discovery Channel.

The second season will be promoted soon.

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