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Memorable moments of China's last 35 years [Copy link] 中文

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Students study under the lights at Tian’anmen Square in Beijing, 1981, four years after the restoration of the National College Entrance Exam in 1977. Also restored was the respect for knowledge and intellectuals, crushed during the Cultural Revolution.

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Lang Ping jumps in joy after China defeats Cuba 3-1 and claims the 4th consecutive title in the Women’s Volleyball World Cup, July 28, 1985. The fighting spirit of China women’s volleyball team was a great inspiration to many Chinese people at the time.

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Cadres from other places squat on the street of Guangzhou to “observe and learn” from the experience of the pioneer of China’s Reform and Opening up, 1982.

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Pajama-donned citizens watch the rise of the Pudong District from the Waibaidu Bridge across the Huangpu River in Shanghai in 1997. The world witnessed the Pudong Miracle over the next 16 years.

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An assembly line worker looks tired in a factory in Shenzhen. Builders of the Shenzhen miracle like her were also pursuing their own dreams.

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Sun Guiying’s family poses for a photo beside her own car, 1984. Sun, who started her own chicken farm in 1987 in Changping District, Beijing, was the first Chinese farmer to buy a private car.

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Actress Gai Xiaoling with the Central Experimental Repertory Theatre is invited to a ball held in the Great Hall of the People on the New Year’s Eve of 1979. She put on a light yellow sweater for the occasion, and it was the first time she had worn high heel shoes. The ban on modern dance was lifted and people began to wear more colorful clothes rather than just black, white and grey in the 1980s.

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