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The first group of the rich who could afford buying a mobile phone.
When the first mobile phone (dageda, big brother big as Chinese called it) came into market, it was luxury. It sold at 20,000yuan each, when 10,000 yuan for a family was a benchmark of being rich.  

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The first dance after being forbidden for many years,  Spring Festival eve, 1979
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The first Disco in public, Xian city, 1981
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The first hairdo fashion, Jan, 1982
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The first beauty pageant , Guangzhou, 1985
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The first Rock band tour, 1988. The majority didn't know the band: Beyond
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The first time ever that China's "White House" Zhong'Nan'Hai was open to the public in 1983. This is where Chairman Mao and other top officials worked.

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