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Crossover Special: Share your New Year story with us!

12-21-2010 14:01 BJT

Dear Friends,

We’d like to say how grateful we are for the interest you’ve shown in our new program over the past eight months. Thanks to your support, Crossover was born and has grown up. The feeling of having you with us always makes our work more exciting. We are confident that, with your further participation, we will be even more inspired in the coming year.

As we approach the end of the year, we'd like to broadcast a series of special programs in which you tell your own stories. Would you like to share with us your memories of New Year's Days past? Do you have any good gift ideas you’d like to pass on? What are your fondest childhood memories of New Year’s Day?

Perhaps you’d like to share with us your country's special holiday traditions. Do your grandparents celebrate New Year's Day in the same way that you do?

There are so many things you could tell us! We can't wait to bring your stories to our screen!

Send us your New Year's Day stories in a video through our website, and maybe you'll have the chance to see it in our program. And don't forget to tell us your name, your nationality and your e-mail address, in case we decide to contact you!

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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