Behind “Wolf Warriors 2”: The Strong Rise and Return of Made in China

“Wolf Warrior 2”, which was released on July 27, saved the low July box office by virtue of its good reputation. In this film, we feel not only the strong nationalism, but also the rise and power of Made in China.

As a must-see for domestic films, the summer season is extremely competitive. “Wolf Warrior 2”, which was released on July 27, broke through the siege with its good reputation. Only 83 hours after its release, the film’s box office nearly broke 1 billion, creating a new box office miracle in the history of Chinese films, and is expected to win the annual domestic box office champion.

In “Wolf Warrior 2”, the thrilling battle scene and the brutal and bloody violent massacre undoubtedly attracted a lot of attention. In the film, the nationalist sentiment of “offending China, although far more than punishing” has aroused the sympathy of the Chinese people. Although this is only a 126-minute film, it seems to have detailed the road to China’s rise over the decades, demonstrating the strength of my country’s comprehensive national strength and the improvement of its international status.

Behind “Wolf Warriors 2”: The Strong Rise and Return of Made in China

As the foundation of my country’s economy, the manufacturing industry is an important manifestation of the country’s strong competitiveness. According to CCTV Finance, in 2016, Chinese-made body armor accounted for 70% of the global body armor market. China’s bulletproof helmets have also gone abroad, gaining a firm foothold in the international market and becoming a “sought-after item”.

In fact, from the successful test flight of the first domestic large aircraft C919 to the smooth development of the first flexible compositeindustryrobotto the completion of the world’s largest single radio telescope and the operation of the world’s largest gene bank… The development speed and achievements of China’s manufacturing industry are obvious to all.

And all this can be attributed to the first ten-year action plan of the Chinese government to implement the strategy of manufacturing a strong country, which was officially issued by the State Council in 2015 – “Made in China 2025”. In stabilizing my country’s industrial growth and accelerating the transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry, the “Made in China 2025” strategy has contributed greatly.

According to Xin Guobin, Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, since the release and implementation of “Made in China 2025” two years ago, the top-level design has been basically completed, and the “Made in China 2025” as the guide, 11 special plans as the backbone, key areas technology roadmap and other green The paper is a complementary policy system. At present, the five projects proposed in “Made in China 2025” have been launched, including the implementation guidelines for five major projects, including the construction of a national manufacturing innovation center, strong industrial base, intelligent manufacturing, green manufacturing, and high-end equipment innovation.

At present, the achievements of China’s manufacturing industry are numerous, but my country is still weak in many fields, and still faces many challenges on the road to “manufacturing power”. At the end of the film “Wolf Warrior 2”, the words “When you are in danger overseas, don’t give up, please remember that there is a strong motherland behind you” appeared behind the passport, which really ignited the patriotism of many viewers. . But perhaps no one would have thought that this small passport was not made in China.

It is understood that Shanghai Mitte Printing Co., Ltd. is “the only passport manufacturer in the country”. Dozens of documents, such as ordinary passports, diplomatic passports, travel permits for business trips to Hong Kong and Macau, and National People’s Congress deputies.

But in fact it is indeed a Sino-German joint venture. One is the German Federal Printing Company, and the other is the Shanghai Banknote Printing Co., Ltd. With advanced technology, German Federal Printing Company has invested in Shanghai Mitte since 2001, providing consultation on production standards and technical issues. The two sides jointly print millions of ordinary passports and official passports every year.

However, it is reported that in March this year, the German Federal Printing Company has sold its 25% stake in Shanghai Mitte Printing Co., Ltd. and exited the joint venture. With the transfer of shares in China by a German state-owned enterprise, the Chinese passports in our hands have finally returned to 100% “Made in China”.

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