When serving as an educated youth over four decades ago in the village of Liangjiahe in Northwest China's Shaanxi Province, Xi Jinping once asked the villagers about their dream life.
They told him they would like to eat meat regularly.
Today, this dream has long been the reality.
Great changes have taken place on dining tables across China.
The majority of Chinese people not only want to eat enough, but to eat healthier.
They have become Xiaokang families.
What dose Xiaokang mean? What's its origin? How did China build a Xiaokang society in all respects? Click on the video to find out.
(Produced by Huang Jingjing, Liang Peiyu, He Jieqiong, Yang Yang, Zhang Jian and Yan Yiqiao)