After a lapse of 13 years, the Olympic flame was lit in Beijing again. Beijing will host the Winter Olympic Games for the first time, becoming the first city in the world to host both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. With the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Paralympics approaching, a brand new MV titled "Together for a Shared Future", produced by Beijing Radio & Television Station, was released on all platforms on Nov 15. The positive energy of the song's melody and catchy lyrics perfectly match the lively stories related to the Winter Olympics featured in the new MV, connecting the Olympic spirits to ordinary people, also bringing the voice of China to the world.
Jackson Yee takes you to feel livelihood of the "Dual Olympic City"
The MV of the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games’ theme motto promotion song "Together for a Shared Future", stars the young actor Jackson Yee. In the MV, Jackson Yee leads audience into the stories about the Winter Olympics from the perspective of an observer...
As a Beijinger, Gong Hubiao, 60, who lives in Dongsi Street, has touching emotion for the Olympics. He loves sports since childhood. 13 years ago, knowing that the Olympic Games would be held in his home city, he learnt how to do seal cutting specifically for the event and engraved the Olympic countdown cards to express his joy for the Olympic Games. Since then, at every key point of the Olympic Games’ timeline, he would take the Olympic countdown cards carved by himself to the Olympic Countdown board and took a photo... Thirteen years went by in a flash and he never gave up doing so. With the Beijing Winter Olympics just around the corner, Gong hubiao carved patterns of 30 Winter Olympics events into a set of themed seals, and drew the Winter Olympics mascots, "Bing Dwen Dwen" and "Shuey Rhon Rhon", on a pyrograph gourd. "Beijing hosted both the 2008 Olympic Games and the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the real 'Dual Olympic City'. I'm really proud to be a Beijinger." Speaking of his stories with the Olympic Games, Gong Hubiao had so much feeling.
On the way of promoting the Olympic spirits, countless ordinary people have their own stories to shine. The MV will focus on a lot of people like Gong hubiao, such as Xue Ying, the capital's public civilization guide, Liu Li and her research team who made the winter Olympics "game uniforms"... Those people, doing the most ordinary jobs in all walks of life, are among the most extraordinary participants in preparing for the Winter Olympics. They are the representatives of ordinary people, but also the epitome of the most beautiful Winter Olympics.
Singing activities of "Together for a shared future with Beijing Winter Olympics" and call for Dual Olympic City works start soon
It is understood that the "Together for a Shared Future" brand new MV was filmed and produced by Beijing Radio & Television Station. As the MV is officially launched on Nov 15, Beijing Radio & Television Station will start a singing campaign themed "Together for a shared future with Beijing Winter Olympics" and featuring one hundred social influencers and professionals. They hope that more people could join in the campaign to promote the national spirit of welcoming the Games via the Winter Olympics motto song.
In addition, Beijing Radio & Television Station will launch a campaign on its official Weibo and WeChat to collect stories and artistic works related to the Olympics and Winter Olympics from the whole society. At that time, you can log in the "Beijing Time" app or its PC page, enter the "Winter Olympics Digital Museum" special area, upload videos or graphics of the Dual Olympics stories and works, record and share the memory of the Winter Olympics.
The Olympic spirits will never stop. The Olympic Games encourage everyone to contribute his/her part and everyone needs the Olympic spirits. Whether it is Jackson Yee, Gong Hubiao, Xue Ying or Liu Li, you or I, he or her, we are all "Olympic People". Let us take actions, hand in hand, "Together for a Shared Future", allowing Olympic torches to gather together to bring light, lighting up people’s good wishes for tomorrow.