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40 Years Of Reform And Opening Up, The Miracle Created By China's Printing Industry
Dec 19, 2018

[CPP114] News: On the 40-year timeline, a comprehensive review of China's printing industry's rapid changes, the forty years of the storm, do not have a taste.

On December 18, 1978, the Third Plenary Session of the Eleventh Central Committee of the Party was held, which opened the prelude to the great journey of China's reform and opening up. After 40 years of hard work and hard work for 40 years, Chinese printers have made strides and hard work, and wrote the magnificent poems of the manufacturing industry in the history of the development of the world printing industry, creating an incredible miracle.

1978: They start here

In 1978, he still dwelled in a 30-square-meter house, relying on the dirty and living of the state-run printing factory, and he came to his own spring. This year, Jielong received a printing business from a German handkerchief company. The order was in a hurry and needed to use new technology. The state-run printing factory in Shanghai refused to take over, and Jielong “self-confident” took the order. Faced with the extremely weak technology, Jielong, the founder of Jielong, has no sorrow. He has taken care of Mao, and sincerely invites the technicians of other factories to come to the factory to help design on the rest day, and the result is the first barrel of gold. Not only successfully completed orders, but also exported more than 200,000 foreign exchanges, and was praised by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and peers, and established its position in the Shanghai printing circle.

In 1978, the 19-year-old Xie Lijian looked at Zhangjiabian Township on the edge of the ocean and was poor and pitiful. From the quarry that dried the sweat beads, he stepped out to Xiaolan, a famous town in Zhongshan, and bought 8000. A small factory equipment that was eliminated and returned to his hometown to start the "Zhangjiabian Printing Factory". At that time, the “three to one supplement” enterprises in the Pearl River Delta blossomed everywhere, and product packaging became a necessity for many enterprises. The more printing business, the more. The success of Xie Lijian has greatly encouraged the local people. The printing factory in Zhangjiabian has sprung up... It took only ten years to work, and Zhangjiabian, which had no decent enterprise, became the first industrial base named by the state in Zhongshan. —— China's packaging and printing industry base. In the past, “Zhangjiabian Printing Factory”, after several capital introductions, has grown into a current 6,000 employees with an output value of 1.5 billion. It is leading the Zhongrong Group, a leading company in the transformation and upgrading of digital printing and intelligence in China.

In 1978, the printing department set up by the Catholic Church in Tin Wan, Aberdeen, moved to the Hong Kong Kenta Caritas Centre to install advanced phototypesetting, photocopying (photolithography), offset printing, binding and other equipment, and named the printing department. Caritas Printing Training Center. In 1979, Dr. Xue Jijie founded Zhongda Printing Group Co., Ltd., which was originally a small company specializing in printing labels. With the expansion of business, Yada Ke Printing Co., Ltd. was established and became one of the 3M authorized label processors.

As a window of China's reform and opening up, the printing industry in 1978 was almost blank. In August 1979, the first "three to one supplement" printing enterprise - Shenzhen Printing Products Factory was established. In October 1982, it was restructured into a Sino-foreign joint venture Shenzhen Jianian Printing Factory. At the same time, Tianming Art, Guangdong A number of foreign-funded printing enterprises such as Haixu Ri and Meiguang have been established.

In 1978, with the approval of the State Council, the printing technology department was reorganized into the Beijing Printing Institute. After more than 50 years of development and construction, the school has initially formed four major disciplines: media technology, media culture, media management, and media art. It has built digital printing, digital publishing, digital media art and digital media technology with the characteristics of the times. The new digital media professional group has 4 key construction disciplines in Beijing, 7 first-level master's degree programs, 2 professional master's degree points, 20 second-level master's degree programs, and 24 undergraduate majors.

Everywhere: China's printing industry is shining brightly

At the beginning of the founding of the People's Republic of China, China's printing industry focused on the printing of books and periodicals. However, the unprecedented catastrophe of the "Cultural Revolution" in the past decade has greatly devastated and destroyed the socialist publishing industry, which was created after 17 years of hard work. The Chinese people's reading chain first broke from the source. According to the statistics of "The Publishing Business of Contemporary China", before the "Cultural Revolution", there were 87 publishing houses in the country (excluding the deputy cards), of which 38 were at the central level, 49 were in the local area, and 10,149 were employees (including 4,570 editors). After the "Cultural Revolution" began, after the withdrawal and merger, at the beginning of 1971, there were only 53 national publishing houses (20 at the central level and 33 at the local level), and 4,694 employees (including 1,355 editors)