PAW Patrol makes a theatrical debut in China
A musical stage play adapted from “PAW Patrol” made its theatrical debut in the Harbin Grand Theater on the night of July 25. It’s the first time for the play to be performed in China.
“PAW Patrol” is a Canadian CGI–animated television series created by Keith Chapman.
The series focuses on a boy named Ryder who leads a pack of search and rescue dogs known as “The PAW Patrol.” They work together on missions to protect the shore-side community of Adventure Bay. Each dog has a specific set of skills based on a real-life profession, such as a firefighter and a police officer. They all reside in dog-houses that can transform into customized vehicles when necessary. They are also equipped with backpacks called "pup packs" that contain tools that relate to the pups' jobs.
“PAW Patrol” is very instructive, with themes that encourage children to develop citizenship values and an awareness of social responsibility via its vivid stories.
The series continues to be wildly popular all over the world since its release.
The play staged in Harbin Grand Theater has Chinese dubbing, making it easy for local children to understand, according to comments made to Chinanews.com from a staff member of the Harbin Grand Theater.
Harbin Red Cross organized a medical and health volunteer team to provide free medical services for residents in Nangang district.
The High People’s Court of Heilongjiang province officially launched Thunderbolt Action on the afternoon of May 31.
About 10 government departments in Daoli district, Harbin, Heilongjiang province, carried out joint enforcement June 1 to remove more than 20 illegal constructions with a total area of over 2000 square meters to advance an expropriation project.
Harbin has seen a dramatic reduction in traffic congestion, according to statistics released by Amap, a Chinese navigation service provider.