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Exclusive Interview With Li Ziqi, China’s Most Mysterious Internet Celebrity



Li Ziqi’s videos about life in rural China have enchanted millions around the world, but the internet celebrity has never spoken to an English-language media outlet—until now.

In our exclusive interview with Li, she talks to us about her life, her craft, how she ended up making videos, and her early struggles as a one-woman band.

This is the final episode of our three-part collaboration with Li Ziqi.

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If you liked this video, we have more stories about life in the countryside , including:

How to Make Green and Black Tea From Scratch

We Foraged for Wild Mushrooms in Yunnan

What It’s Like to Live Off the Grid in Hong Kong

Li Ziqi’s Official Channel
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Producer: Venus Wu
Interview Shot and Audio by: Li Ziqi’s Team
Behind-the-Scenes Footage: Hanley Chu
Additional Footage Provided by: Li Ziqi
Editor: Nicholas Ko
Mastering: Victor Peña

Music: Audio Network

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Giới thiệuThúy Navi

Thúy Navi 26 tuổi đam mê du lịch, công nghệ,đang sống và làm việc tại Hà Nội. Founder,Blogger tại Website: http://www.internetviettelnhatrang.com/

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  1. So many people saying her videos are fake because its not possible to learn do so many things but don't realise that it's just how it is in rural areas. They learn carpentry, cooking, taking care of animals and nature etc from childhood and somehow balance that with school work (i speak from experience). You guys are just so used to having the easy city life where you can order everything to your doorstep that her videos look fake and unrealistic to you, but that is just life to them.

  2. Honestly people's comment remind of those kids in college who used to blame on me that I study secretly as I always get good marks and my answer as usual is – just because you all are dumb it's hard for y'all to believe that this is super easy.
    Obviously I said this in my mind.

  3. As a fairy tale, this is great. The young damsel riding on horseback with her red cape, she even ran away from her evil stepmother, just like any Disney princess.

    But if the CCP is trying to sell us that this is how regular people live in the countryside in China… well, it's wasted on me. I can smell the bullshit from the other side of the earth.

  4. Love her videos, beautiful content, she is a star. But everyone should be aware (if you are not) that it's all well produced at a top professional level to depict an idillic rural lifestyle that does not exist in China.The majority of real people in chinese country side live in hard and precarious conditions. Hope everyone watching her videos knows this. That Youtube channel is a softpower tool, and a very effective and enjoyable one, by the way.

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