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It is often said that art i上海龙凤419e. Films, many of whic

ch are inspired by real events, are no exception. The firefighting movi

The Bravest released last week is one of them. It was adapted from the Mongolian wri上海龙凤419女神会所

ter Bao’erji’s book, featuring an anthology of interviews of firefighters who joined the battle to put out the fire cau

上海龙凤419sed by a pipeline explosion in Dalian, Northeast China’s Liaoning province, in July 2010. The movie, released for eight da

ys, has already raked in 890.55 million yuan ($126.42 million), second only to Ne Zha, the current domestic box-office champ.上海龙凤419

In addition to The Bravest, many films based on real events have achieved very good box-office results, such as Dying to Sur

上海龙凤419女神会所vive and Operation Red Sea. The reason why those films succeed is because their stories have strong reson

ance among viewers, who are moved by the details. Here are some Chinese films based on real events, which have e

arned great results at the box office and high points on Douban, China’s most popular film review site. Let’s take a look.上海龙凤419

Adapted from a popular sci-fi novel, Chinese futuristic romance “Shanghai Fortress” is set to

open in Chinese theaters on Friday, according to the China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association.上海龙凤419女神会所

Starring actress Shu Qi and singer-turned-actor Lu Han, the film tells the story of S

hanghai’s battle to defend itself against an attack by an alien force that has laid sie上海龙凤419

ge to numerous cities around the globe in its quest to harvest a hidden energy only found on earth.

上海龙凤419女神会所Audience attending the road shows ahead of the premiere said they were amazed at the visual effects in the movie, and the sce

nes of gigantic alien ship, Shanghai Cannon, rising from the Huangpu River and the sinking of the whole city.It is an

other high-profile movie to join the new club of China’s domestic sci-fi movies, whose combined box offices are pre

dicted to surpass those of foreign imports this year in an “unprecedented” development in China’s movie history, a上海龙凤419

ccording to an industry report released at Shanghai International Film Festival in June.

Earlier this year, “The Wandering Earth,” with a box office of 4.6 billion yuan ($670 million), became China’s second-highest-grossing movi上海龙凤419女神会所

e of all time, spurring heated discussions about the advent of a new era of China’s sci-fi blockbusters.

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The conventional bulb 上海龙凤419et is indeed declining, but

we are declining less than the market. Instead we are increasing our market share, so it’s still quite a sizable

上海龙凤419女神会所business for us. We are keeping our profitability high and the cash flow is still good. The other businesses are growing in a co

mplicated market because the Chinese economy is not (growing) the same as before, and neither is Europe. The rest of t

he growth engines have grown in both sales and profits. It proves their contribution to profits.上海龙凤419女神会所

What’s your take on the current global economic uncertainty especially in US-China trade? How will this affect your company’s business?

上海龙凤419女神会所The world has become a much more complex place to do business. Although the trade friction hasn’t had a real impact on us

yet, we have of course paid attention to the two big superpowers in the world that not only have an impact on bila

teral relationships, but also worldwide. We believe in free markets, and global market uncertainty is det上海龙凤419女神会所

rimental to business activities. We think the world is global, technology is global, and knowledge is global. We will cont

i上海龙凤419女神会所nue to invest quite a lot worldwide, and of course in China. We have made two acquisitions, LiteMagic and WiZ. We con

tinue to invest here because we believe in the potential of the Chinese economy.

You had a big presence during last year’s CIIE. What about this year?上海龙凤419

We plan to make our exhibition space 50 percent bigger at about 300 square meters. Meanwhile, we wil

上海龙凤419女神会所l showcase our latest innovations, including Li-Fi to Li-Fi Generation 2, Zigbee based Hue, Wi-Fi-based

WiZ, horticulture lighting, animal lighting, 3D printing and other new applications.

Last time we talked about Li-Fia two-way, high-speed wireless technology similar to Wi-Fi, which uses light waves instead of radi

o waves to transmit data. Signify’s Li-Fi products could provide a broadband internet connection through light waves wi

thout compromising lighting quality. But it was the beginning of it. Now we can say that we have four pilots in China for Li-Fi – one

with the China Academy of Building Research, where they’re testing and improving the capacity of that technology. So, we’ve moved from prese

nting the technology to application, finding customers and developing pilots. So this is the big change from last time.

Do you have any plans especially in the Yangtze River Delta region?

We don’t only look at our investment from a geographic perspective. We have invested in research and development and China is ho

me to the second biggest R&D center that we have. We develop not only for China but also for the world. It’s mostly in

Shanghai but also in Shenzhen. With that company, we are “potentializing” it, which is increasing sales in China, but

also helping the products that company has worldwide. We believe in investment, and we’re going to invest more.

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Architectural experts who have gained a hands-on unders

standing of the pros and cons of rural reconstruction through their work were also invited to hold a dialogue with the writers, which resonated so strongly with the

villagers that some of them surrounded the speakers afterward hoping to expand their discussions.

He Wei, assistant professor at the school of architecture at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, w

ho has been leading several projects in the countryside, thinks a major problem is the conflicting demands between the elite class

of city dwellers, who tend to seek spiritual comfort in village life, and the villagers themselves who naturally want to i

mprove their quality of life. However, many of the rural traditions have been lost during the process.

“Once they leave the countryside, it’s hard for people to come back and settle, both in person and spiritually,” he says.

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