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At the height of the socialist era, China produced decidedly influential revolutionary subjects, generating a legacy that is a source of vibrant cultural production in the reform era. This article explains the success of the popular TV drama series Soldiers Sortie (Shibing tuji, 2007) by contextualizing its reworking of core social values through re-fashioning socialist heroic subjects. This revision conjoins the collectivism of a socialist past with the individualism of a capitalist economy indoi:10.16995/ane.176 fatcat:z47a2fkhv5az5c6wetxfueisiq