Original title: TV series “Journey Without Confusion” focuses on the struggle to survive in physical bookstores
The TV series “Journey Without Confusion” starring Chen Jianbin, Mei Ting, Tu Songyan and Yu Mingjia will be broadcast on the 16th. The play focuses on the publishing industry in the era of fragmented reading, and shows the cultural sentiments and social responsibilities of Chinese entrepreneurs through the struggle of physical bookstores.
Director Han Jie said in Beijing on the 15th that how to “not be confused” is actually a proposition that people have been thinking about during their life growth. “This drama focuses not only on emotional confusion, but also on career and family, including the current fate of physical bookstores, and the intergenerational relationships under the original family.”
The 18th National Reading Survey released in April this year shows that in 2020, my country’s per capita reading volume of paper books is 4.70, and per capita reading volume of e-books is 3.29.
“Perhaps this drama will make the audience think for a moment, how long have they not been in a bookstore, and have not read a book in their entirety. One of our original intentions is to awaken the enthusiasm for reading that shouldn’t be gone.” Producer Yang Weihua It is said that the play also incorporates world famous works such as “Resurrection”, “Anna Karenina”, and “The Shackles of Life”, using books as the medium to share the beauty of classic literature with the audience.