|A poster of "Lost in Thailand". (People's Daily Overseas Edition)|
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The great prosperity of cultural development and the building of cultural power need to start from the details. In 2013, standing at a new starting point, we prefer to begin with ten small propositions to look to the future, and then expect "gushing magma" behind them.
1. Will documentaries go back to its spring time?
In May 2012, large gourmet documentary A bite of China has aroused widespread attention since it was broadcast on CCTV. For CCTV, this year it has witnessed that the growth rate of the audience share for the documentary channel reached 83 percent.
It is worth mentioning that the new media has also found business opportunities from this, focusing on the documentary field. They begin to add documentary channels for major commercial portals and some video sharing sites, and hold various competitions for documentaries.
In 2013, whether the documentary can seize the opportunities brought about by the media change and go back to its spring time is still a mystery. Let us wait and see.
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