China’s biggest streaming service is planning to “alleviate the problem of cultural poverty” in China’s disadvantaged rural areas by showing a series of patriotic testosterone-fueled flicks.

iQiyi will leverage its “vast resources in the entertainment industry,” to bring rural areas cultural gems such as Wolf Warrior II, an action-packed story of a Chinese special forces sergeant on a mission to save Chinese nationals from local rebels and white mercenaries in a generic African country.

“We have always been committed to making sure that our great selection of high-quality content is available to people from all walks of life and this initiative is a clear example of how iQiyi bridging societal gaps to achieve this,” Ma Shengjie, Director of Public Affairs at iQiyi said in a press release.

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