China-Wuhan/Economic Recovery

Economy bounces back in Wuhan one year after lifting COVID-19 lockdown

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Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of busy breakfast stalls, customers ordering breakfast
2. Various of diners
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) tourist (name not given)(ending with shot 4):
"There are no seats anymore and we have to eat standing. But even so, we prefer to eat here. Wuhan has recovered and people's life has returned to normal. It is quite good."
4. Various of hot dry noodle, diners
5. Various of busy breakfast stall
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao, owner of breakfast stall (full name not given)(partially overlaid with shot 7):
"The government has given us a lot of help to boost our confidence, such as that on tax and employees' social security."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Snacks
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Various of Zhao busily packaging breakfast for customers
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao, owner of breakfast stall (full name not given)(partially overlaid with shot 10):
"During the pandemic, many shopkeepers surrendered the shop leases. But now many shops have reopened and shops in Wuhan have become popular again. There are nearly no empty shops on the street. This is a good sign and gives us more confidence."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
10. Various of customer ordering food, dishes in plates
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
11. Various of customers queuing to buy food, hot dry noodles
12. Diners
13. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Tian Jinxiang, owner of noodle restaurant (ending with shot 14):
"We can use that sum of money to recruit more employees, improve workers' wages and renovate the store. We can certainly do it well."
14. Customers queuing in front of noodle restaurant
15. Various of diners, shops


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Wuhan, once hit hard by COVID-19, has returned to normal in its urban life and its economy has bounced back one year after its lockdown was lifted on April 8, 2020.

After one year's development, the central Chinese city in Hubei Province has regained its former prosperity and also regained popularity among tourists.

Liangdao Street in Wuhan is a famous breakfast restaurant, where tourists usually queue up very early in long line waiting to have breakfast.

"There are no seats anymore and we have to eat standing. But even so, we prefer to eat here. Wuhan has recovered and people's life has returned to normal. It is quite good," said a tourist from Fujian Province, east China.

Zhao runs a breakfast restaurant. Like many other shop owners, Zhao closed her store last year due to the pandemic. But she finally pulled through the difficult time thanks to a series of policies such as rent reduction and exemption, and small loans issued by the banks.

"The government has given us a lot of help to boost our confidence, such as tax and employees' social security," said Zhao, owner of a breakfast restaurant.

"During the pandemic, many shop owners surrendered the shop leases. But now many shops have reopened and shops in Wuhan have become popular again. There are nearly no empty shops on the street. This is a good sign and gives us more confidence," said Zhao.

There are more than 2.28 million individual businesses like Zhao. Many of them have gradually recovered from the impact of the epidemic with the assistance of tax and fee reduction policies issued by the country.

"We can use that sum of money to recruit more employees, improve workers' wages and renovate the store. We can certainly do it well," said Tian Jinxiang, owner of a noodle restaurant.





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China-Wuhan/Economic Recovery

Economy bounces back in Wuhan one year after lifting COVID-19 lockdown

Dateline : Recent

Location : China

Duration : 2'03

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Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of busy breakfast stalls, customers ordering breakfast
2. Various of diners
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) tourist (name not given)(ending with shot 4):
"There are no seats anymore and we have to eat standing. But even so, we prefer to eat here. Wuhan has recovered and people's life has returned to normal. It is quite good."
4. Various of hot dry noodle, diners
5. Various of busy breakfast stall
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao, owner of breakfast stall (full name not given)(partially overlaid with shot 7):
"The government has given us a lot of help to boost our confidence, such as that on tax and employees' social security."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Snacks
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
8. Various of Zhao busily packaging breakfast for customers
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao, owner of breakfast stall (full name not given)(partially overlaid with shot 10):
"During the pandemic, many shopkeepers surrendered the shop leases. But now many shops have reopened and shops in Wuhan have become popular again. There are nearly no empty shops on the street. This is a good sign and gives us more confidence."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
10. Various of customer ordering food, dishes in plates
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
11. Various of customers queuing to buy food, hot dry noodles
12. Diners
13. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Tian Jinxiang, owner of noodle restaurant (ending with shot 14):
"We can use that sum of money to recruit more employees, improve workers' wages and renovate the store. We can certainly do it well."
14. Customers queuing in front of noodle restaurant
15. Various of diners, shops



Wuhan, once hit hard by COVID-19, has returned to normal in its urban life and its economy has bounced back one year after its lockdown was lifted on April 8, 2020.

After one year's development, the central Chinese city in Hubei Province has regained its former prosperity and also regained popularity among tourists.

Liangdao Street in Wuhan is a famous breakfast restaurant, where tourists usually queue up very early in long line waiting to have breakfast.

"There are no seats anymore and we have to eat standing. But even so, we prefer to eat here. Wuhan has recovered and people's life has returned to normal. It is quite good," said a tourist from Fujian Province, east China.

Zhao runs a breakfast restaurant. Like many other shop owners, Zhao closed her store last year due to the pandemic. But she finally pulled through the difficult time thanks to a series of policies such as rent reduction and exemption, and small loans issued by the banks.

"The government has given us a lot of help to boost our confidence, such as tax and employees' social security," said Zhao, owner of a breakfast restaurant.

"During the pandemic, many shop owners surrendered the shop leases. But now many shops have reopened and shops in Wuhan have become popular again. There are nearly no empty shops on the street. This is a good sign and gives us more confidence," said Zhao.

There are more than 2.28 million individual businesses like Zhao. Many of them have gradually recovered from the impact of the epidemic with the assistance of tax and fee reduction policies issued by the country.

"We can use that sum of money to recruit more employees, improve workers' wages and renovate the store. We can certainly do it well," said Tian Jinxiang, owner of a noodle restaurant.





ID : 8186522

Published : 2021-04-08 14:54

Last Modified : 2021-04-08 20:55:03

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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