Yoga practitioners from all over the world perform Yoga actions at the opening ceremony of the 16th International Yoga Festival in rihigeshi, North Arkansas, India (photo taken on March 1, 2015). &Photograph by Zheng huansong, reporter of Xinhua News Agency
Xinhua news agency, New Delhi, Oct. 10 – feature: film, yoga, smart phone — the “new story” of exchanges between China and India, two ancient civilizations
In recent years, yoga practice is quietly popular among Chinese young people, and Indian films are loved by Chinese audiences. At the same time, with the popularity of smart phones, young people in India are also keen to use their mobile phones to brush the Indian version of shaky sound and scan the code for payment. Young people in some big cities are enthusiastic about learning Chinese
China and India, two ancient civilizations, are engaged in dialogue through “modern elements”.
This is a yoga practice in a park in New Delhi, India (photo taken on June 21, 2019). Photo by Zhang Naijie, reporter of Xinhua News Agency
Movies build bridges
Today, the best known Indian actor for Chinese audiences is Bollywood movie star Amir Khan. He starred in the movie “wrestling! Dad’s box office revenue in China in 2017 was close to 1.3 billion yuan.
For the older generation of Chinese audiences, they were impressed by the spectacular singing and dancing scenes in Indian films such as tramp and caravan. To this day, the Chinese people in India often sing “song of the vagrant” during the festival, and they will always welcome a smile and warm applause from Indian friends.
In recent years, more and more Indian films have been released in domestic cinemas. In 2018, there were as many as 10 new Indian films released across China. Among them, Salman Khan, the star of “little Lori’s monkey god uncle” and Lani Mukherjee, the star of “burp teacher”, are the first to meet Chinese audiences through the screen.
Rani Mukherjee told Xinhua News Agency recently that the Chinese audience’s reaction to the movie is similar to that of Indian fans, which means that everyone can capture their own stories and emotions in the movie.
“In fact, movies in different languages can convey the same emotions, which is what makes movies special. If this emotion is universal, then it can connect to anywhere. ” She said.
Amir Khan, who visited China several times, believes that both India and China are ancient civilizations with diverse cultures and a long history, and have many common points in social culture. “Art creators can help people from different cultures understand each other. I hope to see artists from China and India cooperate to create stories that people from both countries like.”
This is the movie wrestling! Members of the “Dad” crew appear on the red carpet for the opening of the 7th Beijing International Film Festival (photographed on April 16, 2017). Photographed by Yin Gang, reporter of Xinhua News Agency
Learn more about yoga
In an apartment on the East 2nd Ring Road in Beijing, China Youth Zu also runs a yoga studio. Many years ago, she went to India to study in person and became a closed disciple of the dean of a famous Yoga Institute in Karnataka state, southern India.
As an effective component of cultural exchanges between China and India, Yunnan University for Nationalities established China’s first Yoga Institute, China India Yoga Institute, in June 2015.
Subrakshmi welusami, 37, worked at a Yoga Institute in Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu in southeast India, and was later selected to teach at the China India Yoga Institute. She came to Kunming at the end of 2015 and soon adapted to the climate and life there. In her words, Yunnan’s local diet is light and very suitable for yoga practitioners and vegetarians.
Velusami said that teaching yoga in Yunnan is a wonderful experience, which helps her to understand ancient Chinese civilization and introduce yoga, a unique Indian culture, to more Chinese people. “I have made many friends in China. They are very helpful. They often chat with me after class and invite me to parties.” Velusami told reporters.
By learning yoga, Chinese young people like Zuyi began to pay attention to Indian culture consciously. In her opinion, Yoga not only brings about physical practice, but also cultivates perceptual change by practicing yoga, so as to achieve the effect of self-cultivation and Inspiration of mind.
This is a man using the mobile phone of Chinese brand oppo in a shopping mall in Chennai, India (photo taken on October 8, 2019). Photo by LV Xiaowei, reporter of Xinhua News Agency
Mobile phone promotes cooperation
As the world’s fastest-growing smartphone market, China’s brand mobile phones are widely welcomed in India with the characteristics of people-friendly price, self filming advantage and large screen.
Since entering the Indian market in 2014, Xiaomi, a Chinese brand, has sold more than 100 million smartphones, becoming the first mobile phone brand in the Indian market to sell more than 100 million in five years, and the leading mobile phone brand in the Indian market for several consecutive quarters.
Other Chinese brands are also selling well in the Indian market. According to the statistics of international authorities, in the first quarter of this year, Xiaomi, vivo, oppo and other Chinese brands took 66% share in the Indian smartphone market.
“Chinese products are very competitive in price, and millet mobile phones with the same function are obviously more suitable for my consumption ability,” said Abhishek Kashyap, a student at Nehru University
According to engineer Singh, Chinese brands are very common in India, and the technology used in Chinese products is very advanced, “and the technology transformation speed of Chinese enterprises is very fast.”.
The rapid development of mobile phone market has prompted Chinese mobile phone companies to accelerate investment in India, which not only provides convenient consumption, but also provides a large number of jobs for India.
Sharma, 25, currently works for a Chinese electronics company in the Noida area near Delhi, which is mainly responsible for mobile phone production. He joined the company’s testing department in 2016, starting from basic work, and is now in charge. Sharma told reporters that he was very grateful for the changes brought to his career by Chinese enterprises.
At present, Sharma has a family of four and has just bought a house near the workplace. “I come here to work and give my family a better life. Maybe I will have a better apartment in the future.” (participating journalists: Zhang Xingjun, Jiang Lei)
This is a shopping mall in Chennai, India. People buy mobile phones in the store of Chinese brand Xiaomi (photo taken on October 8, 2019).
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