y yet rema

r own. She s

e aunt and famed Hong Kong actor ▓Chow Yun-fat as her lover - both in dramatically different roles from those ▓that made them famous. No dragon-lady, overpowering queen mother. No imperial figure or martial arts he▓ro.The film and the acting have received generally favorable reviews. Siqin speaks in imperf▓ect but acceptable Shanghainese. Chow speaks Mandarin, not Shanghainese. Wearing costumes, they sing▓ Peking Opera together. Chow's songs are dub

till has a pas sion for

be▓d.Siqin, known for roles as powerful, dominant older women, now plays an ordinary woman (no name given) who lives alone▓ in rather shabby circumstances and cares for her difficult,▓ net-surfing nephew over the summer.Chow, famed for playing major figures in historical dramas and action films, plays Pan Zhicha▓ng, a retired unemployed man, another Peking Opera fan - charming but scheming.11111Background Report:30 years of reform in China have als

life, art ▓a nd love,

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o had an enormous impact on the country's vast rural areas. In fact, the earliest blueprint for change arose from farmers wishing to improve their lives in a tiny village in Anhui Province. In▓ today's part of our BizChina 360 series on 3 decades o▓f reform and opening up, Qi Tianxing shows us how life has changed dramatically in anot▓her village, that's Sunzhuang, in central Henan Province.Zhang Xiuying is preparing lunch for her family. She is happy with her daily life. She's able to take on some work on the farm, cook for the family and take care of her grandchildren. Zhang Xiuying, one Sunzhuang villager said "I'll cook rice and mea▓t."Now the fami

ly can eat whatever they want, but 30 years ago, that was impossible. Like farmers across the country, people in Sunzhuang Village worked for pro▓duction teams, basic farming units of the time. They h▓anded in what they'd grown to the team, and got allotments of grain in return. And this amount was the same, however much or little each farmer worked. That mean most farmers had little incentive▓ to till the land. Poor soil conditions and the▓ effect of natural disasters led to a very low standard of living. Many lack▓ed the most basic items for survival.Zhang Xiuying said "After work I picked leaves from elm ▓trees and cooked soup with them. I only earned 6▓ yuan a month at that time. "Xu Guizhen&acu▓te;s family was even poorer, they ha▓d to beg for their bread.Xu Guizhen, one Sunzhuang villager said "We starved in those day▓s, when people worked for the production team. I went to other places, begging for food with which to▓ feed my child."Starving farmers had ▓to find a way to change their lives. And 18 of t▓hem in Xiaogang Village of Fengyang County ▓in Anhui Province came up with what were revolutionary▓ ideas for the time. In 1978, they secretly carved up farmland and allotted them to households. Each household was allowed to keep what they g▓rew on their own piece of land. This sounds simple, but what happened in Xiaogang Village was a bold step towards rural economic reforms. The scheme was later promoted across the country by the Communist Party of China after its Third Plenary Session▓ of the 11th Central Committee. The scheme was officially established in 1982, giving a ▓big boost to agricultural production. Xu Guiz

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