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Short films to depict China's 30-year Olympic history

07-23-2012 18:07 BJT

BEIJING, July23 (Xinhua) -- A series of short films titled "The Road to Dreams," depicting China's involvement in the Olympic Games, will be published online in July, according to the films' producer.

Sports critic Huang Jianxiang said his five short films will be published online from July 23 to 27, adding that the films will tell stories about two generations' worth of Olympic athletes, including members of the 1984 women's volleyball team.

"The films are a form of encouragement based on sports stories," Huang said. "Sports are a kind of lifestyle and the films are intended to expend the positive attitude gained through sports to the audience," he added.

Editor:James |Source: Xinhua

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