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A large-scale documentary "Sea Silk Road"

Employees of TV companies in Shanghai, Guangdong (South China) and Fujian (East China) provinces have started working together on filming a large-scale documentary film "The Maritime Silk Road". A film about the past and present of the Maritime Silk Road will be released on wide screens in October next year, according to Xinhua News Agency.

The film project, which will be filmed by Shanghai, Guangdong and Quanzhou (Fujian Province) TV channels, was approved in 2014 by the PRC Press, Publishing, Television, Radio Broadcasting and Cinematography Administration.

Through the history of trade, cultural exchanges, customs and mores of the peoples living along the Maritime Silk Road, the painting will show the past and present of the region.

According to the plan, the film, consisting of 7 episodes, will tell about shipping, trade, finance, science and technology, culture, migration, dreams, will show the history of countries and peoples living along the trade route.

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