Return to the Peach Blossom Wonderland

Directed by Huang Yue, Yuchao Luo, and Haomin Peng

In an ancient Chinese fable, The Peach Blossom Spring (桃花源记), a utopian world is described as having “neatly arranged residences (屋舍俨然) ”. Looking at a China modernized, are we back in such a wonderland, or is this high-speed train impelling us to somewhere else?

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