Hong Kong-made docuseries wins favor in city, mainland: CGTN speaks with host Chen Beier
Last year, China declared an end to extreme poverty nationwide. In September, the Hong Kong Television Broadcasting Company released a six-part series documenting China's poverty reduction efforts. Producers say filming took three months and spanned six provinces and 14 areas previously known as China's poorest places. The show has won praise from viewers in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland and beyond. CGTN spoke with Chen Beier, host of "No Poverty Land," to find out more about the production process and the show's success since its release three months ago.