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【CGTN】China embrace media convergence

Monday,Aug 27, 2018

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On the 4th anniversary of Chinese President Xi Jinping calling for a convergence of China’s media, how are news habits changing? What exactly has President Xi’s proposed "convergence of traditional media and new media" brought to China’s media scene? And what does it mean to the general public and media professionals? Li Xin, Managing Director of Caixin Global, and Victor Gao, Vice President at the Center for China and Globalization(CCG) shared their views.

China-Australia relations, after some twists and turnovers last year, seem to be moving back on track. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull delivered a speech earlier this month that welcomed “China’s remarkable success”. So what’s on the horizon for bilateral ties? And if the two countries manage to normalize ties, what lesson can be drawn?

Geoff Raby, Former Australian Ambassador to China from 2007-2011 joined The Point.

 

From CGTN, 2018-8-18

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  • ’Digital silk road’ expected to link world

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  • Former Sinopec chairman urges update on globalization thinking

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  • Harvey Dzodin: The week that shook the world

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