GLOBALink | Pursuing Common Values of Humanity: Chinese Stories on Democracy, Freedom and Human Rights
They are probably the most ordinary Chinese people, who are going about their lives just like you and me, but who, with hopes and dreams, are trying to make a difference.
In Beijing, a group of university volunteers strive to help the visually impaired "hear" a movie. Can a world that is heard be the same with one that is seen?
In Shanghai, a mail courier is tasked with delivering the voice of the people. When the people speak, the country listens.
In the Daliang Mountains of Sichuan, a slow train is operating as it had been for decades, witnessing the history and changes along its tracks.
In Minqin, Gansu, grass-covered sand dunes are like chessboards, on which men outmaneuvers desertification.
In Wenling, Zhejiang, why did a man erupt in anger during a consultation meeting?
In Wuhan, Hubei, how has a photo inspired a touching symphony between two unlikely partners?
Click for documentary "Pursuing Common Values of Humanity: Chinese Stories on Democracy, Freedom and Human Rights," jointly produced by Xinhua News Agency and its think tank, Xinhua News Agency New China Research.
Produced by Xinhua Global Service