LIU Kang

Everyone likes a good story, and China’s TV viewers are no different. Dramatized retellings—with added embellishments—of the exploits of ancient officials and emperors, and fictionalized accounts of modern revolutionary heroes are among the most popular entertainment on Chinese TV. At the same time, reality-based programs, so popular in the United States, are also gaining an audience.

The most widely viewed television show in the world is the New Year’s extravaganza that China

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:25-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, History, Arts, and Culture, Television|Comments Off on Television—Dramas and Reality Shows (Diànshìjù yù zhēnrén jìshíxiù 电视剧与真人纪实秀)|Diànshìjù yù zhēnrén jìshíxiù 电视剧与真人纪实秀 (Television—Dramas and Reality Shows)

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