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CMG Conducts First ‘5G + 8K’ Integrated Production in China

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China Media Group (CMG) successfully carried out the first domestic 5G + 8K integrated production in real-time transmission and rapid editing on Wednesday to usher in the upcoming Two Sessions, China’s biggest annual political event.

The launching ceremony of the promotion week of “5G + 4K/8K + AI” media innovative application was held on Tuesday.

Shen Haixiong, vice minister of the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, and president and editor-in-chief of CMG, vice presidents of CMG Yan Xiaoming and Jiang Xiwei, CMG’s editorial board members and the heads of China’s three major mobile network operators attended the ceremony.

In the “5G + 4K/8K integrated production” display area, technicians showed the 8K video and audio transmission and production process by using the “5G + 8K backpack” to transmit two 8K signals in real time, and simultaneously edit the received 8K content. The images transmitted through two 8K signals perfectly restored the stunning early summer view, compared to the test results of 4K signals.

CMG’s 8K promo video titled “Colorful China” was also presented on an 8K resolution LED screen, symbolizing CMG’s efforts in promoting the innovative application of “5G + 4K/8K + AI” over the past year.

The promo featured five highlights of China’s 70th National Day Ceremony: light show at CMG’s headquarters of the Yangtze River Delta, 8K documentary “the Magnolia City,” 2020 CMG Spring Festival Gala and 8K test image sequence. With high-quality resolution and remarkably vivid light and colors, 8K LED screens offer a memorable visual experience.

In the “AI Cloud Editing” display area, technicians demonstrated the application and production of AI cloud editing technology. During the 70th-anniversary National Day celebrations, CMG managed to edit and synthesize 86 clips of the parade through AI cloud editing technology, thus greatly improving production efficiency.

During this year’s Two Sessions, CMG will use 5G network to conduct live broadcast and ensure an all-angle coverage of the event. The 8K real-time videos produced by CMG will be uploaded on all new media platforms and displayed on more than 400,000 ultra-clear large screens in major cities across the country.

Shen Haixiong, president of China Media Group (CMG), visits facilities used for Spring Festival Gala broadcast. /CMG

The 5G, 4K/8K and AI technologies are restructuring media production and broadcasting techniques, extending an opportunity of leap-forward development of traditional media.

This year, CMG will make every effort to promote its transformation from a traditional radio and television media to an all-media organization, producing world-class original video and audio content. The media giant will also focus on the transition from traditional program production and broadcasting model to deepening supply-side structural reform on content production, as well as the switch from traditional technology layout to “5G + 4K/8K + AI” strategic pattern, according to Shen.

He added that CMG will continue to cooperate with other partners, including the three major mobile network operators, to carry out the technological innovation of video and audio production and broadcast in 5G context, and comprehensively promote the leap-forward development of radio and television media and communication technologies.

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Danish Scholar: Report by U.S., Canadian Think Tanks on Xinjiang is Full of Lies

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In March, the U.S. Newlines Institute for Strategy and Policy and the Canadian Raoul Wallenberg Center for Human Rights published a report on Xinjiang, fabricating lies to attack the human rights situation in the region. In response to this so-called “academic report,” European scholars have jointly published a report, noting that the Newlines institute has close ties to the U.S. government and that the identity of the experts who drafted the study is unclear.

In a recent exclusive interview with China Media Group, Danish scholar Jan Oberg, also the co-founder of The Transnational Foundation for Peace & Future Research (TFF), said that the data in the report released by the American and Canadian institutes were full of falsehoods and had no academic basis.

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Xi Jinping Visits Relocated Nanyang Locals for China’s Mega Water Diversion Project

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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday paid a visit to relocated residents for the country’s mega water diversion project on the second day of his trip in Nanyang, central China’s Henan Province.

His visit this time marks his sixth inspection around the country this year, following southern areas of Guangxi and Fujian, southwest province of Guizhou, northern province of Hebei and capital Beijing.

To quench the thirsty north

The South-to-North Water Diversion Project – the world’s largest operation of its kind – was designed to optimize the allocation of water sources of the country and quench the thirsty north. Essentially, that would require taking water from China’s longest river, the Yangtze, through the project’s eastern, middle and western routes to feed the north.

On Thursday afternoon, Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, went to the county of Xichuan, where he inspected the Taocha Canal Head, the Danjiangkou Reservoir and the village of Zouzhuang.

Xi listened to updates on the construction, management and operation of the middle route of the water diversion project, and the ecological conservation of the water source region.

He also learned about the resettlement of people relocated because of the project, and measures to develop specialty industries and boost the incomes of resettled residents.

Xi told the villagers that he was concerned about their livelihoods and the whole nation should be gratitude for their sacrifice to make people along the route to drink good quality water.

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According to official data released in February, over 40 billion cubic meters of water were transferred through the project’s middle and eastern routes since part of the project went into operation.

The middle route of the project – the most prominent of the three routes of the project – starts from the Danjiangkou Reservoir in central China and runs across Henan and Hebei provinces before reaching Beijing and Tianjin.

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Xi also visited a villager surnamed Zou. Zou said life is getting better thanks to the leadership of the CPC.

“This year marks the 100th founding anniversary of the CPC. 100 years ago, the CPC was founded to make a good life for the people, not for its own interests,” Xi said.

“The 100-year history of our Party’s struggle is the history of working for the happiness of the people. The people are the rivers and mountains. The Party fights for and guards the rivers and mountains, all for the happiness of the people,” Xi stressed.

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How Does Xi Jinping Express Gratitude And Love to his Mother?

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As International Mother’s Day, an important occasion that falls on the second Sunday of May every year, will be celebrated on May 9 this year, the media started reporting moving stories about mothers and children.

Among the stories, Xi Jinping’s stands out as he is not only a son but also the president of China.

How does the president express gratitude and love to his mother? Xi’s way can be figured out when he stressed the importance of family bonds and family love and emphasized family education on many occasions.

Xi Jinping and his mother Qi Xin. /CCTV

Pass down family tradition

When President Xi delivered his first New Year address in 2013, photos placed on his bookshelves caught the online community’s attention, especially the image of him walking hand in hand with his mother.

Xi is a filial son. He chats with his mother Qi Xin, and takes a walk with her whenever he has time.

While meeting with representatives to the first National Conference of Model Families in December 2016, Xi told a story about family education. The conference was the first of its kind to honor model families selected nationwide. A total of 300 model families were honored.

“When I was a child, my mother gave me a picture-story book series-’The Legend of Yue Fei.’ One of its more than 10 volumes shows Yue Fei’s mother tattooing four characters saying ‘serve the country with the utmost loyalty’ across his back,” Xi said, adding that the story of Yue Fei, a well-known ancient military figure fighting against invasion, deeply impressed him.

Self-discipline

Qi led a simple life, which became a tradition for the family. No matter how painstaking to take care of the family while working, she never compromised her work. Her lifestyle and the family atmosphere guided Xi’s values.

“A person who failed to be incorruptible and self-disciplined will become a person with no guts. Keep in mind that honesty is a blessing and greed is a curse while establishing a correct view of power, status, and interests,” Qi once wrote in a letter to Xi, reminding him of self-discipline. Xi has incorporated these beliefs into his ideology and governance practices.

Calling corruption the “biggest” risk to the Party’s governance, Xi has stressed there is “no alternative” but to fight corruption against all odds and called for rigorous self-discipline within the Party.

While going after corrupt officials, including both high-ranking “tigers” to lower-level “flies” on the domestic front, Beijing has also carried out such operations as “Sky Net” and “Fox Hunt” to hunt down venal officials who have fled abroad.

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