The real China is revealed in this series of concise and informative programs. It provides a guide to Chinese lifestyle and language as we meet the people and explore ten aspects of China's culture in detail. Today: Examines life on the university campus in Beijing.
Following the revolution of 1949, legislation regarding equality was passed, which was a huge step forward for China at the time.
And the economic reforms of recent decades have further improved the lives of women, yet it is the only country in the world where more women than men commit suicide, according to the World Health Organisation.
So, as China surges forward, how will society change and what role will the new generation play in this new global powerhouse?
China's economic role in the world is growing at a record pace, and it is also now a key player in world politics,
The country has no doubt become a global manufacturing giant, but how will it deal with issues on the home front such as increase in pollution and water shortages?
Although it has been confronted with tough environmental problems, efforts are being made to solve these.
In the final episode of this series, through a range of interviews from Africa, the EU, the US, and China, we find out how it is positioning itself as a major global player.