The second season of popular historical documentary China has had a group of special spectators, all of whom have visual impairment, proving that high-quality audio can allow visually impaired people to enjoy TV programs.
For around 17 million visually impaired people in China, there are obstacles to appreciating film and television productions. The documentary aims to get deeper into their world in a bold way, using music and sounds to communicate.
A special event was held at the China Braille Library on Friday, inviting 30 people with visual impairment to appreciate the first episode of the second season of historical documentary China, an employee of Mango TV told the Global Times on Tuesday. The second season with 12 episodes debuted on Mango TV on February 28.
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