Report series entitled “Contrast” to celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening up Episode 2
Web Editor:Wang Kai
Visually, Qingdao TV sector turns like a peacock flaunting its tail
Like a peacock flaunting its tail, television in the visual center is filled up with magic in the initially dry and current abundant mental life of modern Chinese. Although the first domestically manufactured TV was born in 1958, it is after 20 years that TV appeared in ordinary families.
The scene of people waiting in a long queue with joy to but TV in department stores is a vivid description of the mental life of Qingdao citizens at the early stage of reform and opening up. People were like huger and thirst to know great and various changes in the world by using this square box with antennas.
From black and white to colored, from a dozen of inches to hundreds of inches, from a square box to an increasingly thinner and bigger screen, TV’s evolution is the epitome and reflection of technological progress. In the TV rush, Qingdao enterprises, as if a peacock flaunting its tail, firmly locate the city in the most cut-edging front line of home appliance industry and build up the reputation of “brand city”.