40 Years, China And The World

In a bamboo forest in Nanshan, she digs for raw bamboo materials that will later be exported.



On the bustling Nanjing Road, people select imported food items.



At 10 p.m., team members begin work for the day to coincide with their clients’ day shift.



At 7 a.m., toys made during the night shift will sail across the ocean to children.



Against the backdrop of economic globalization, China gets even closer to the world.


Pursuing a shared future for mankind is the new goal.



China will do well only when the world does well, and vice versa.


In the past 40 years, China has presented itself to the world.


In the past 40 years, the world has seen its reflection in China.


Source: People’s Daily