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Documentary on Sichuan's Tibetan areas hits the Internet
update:January 31,2018
Jan. 31, 2018 -- A large-scale 4k documentary about the Tibetan-inhabited areas in southwest China’s Sichuan province has received more than 500,000 clicks on the Internet and scored 9.2 out of 10 on the country's popular review website Douban since its release Friday. 

Jan. 31, 2018 -- A still from the documentary.
The documentary is produced by the Information Office of Sichuan provincial government under the guidance of the State Council Information Office, featuring natural scenery, people and economic development of the areas.
It gives a glimpse of the daily lives of common Tibetans including a wetland guardian, a female model, and an old woman sacrificing her whole life for her family. 
The documentary will enable both domestic and overseas audience to get a better understanding of China's second-largest Tibetan-inhabited area, said Yan Zhanling, one of the chief producers of the documentary.
A series of documentaries about Sichuan’s Tibetan areas will be produced. 

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