Roundtable Discussion on China and International Communications

Agreement-signing Ceremony Between NWP and GCP 

Time: 11:00-12:00, Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Venue: 5F110 China International Publishing Group (CIPG), Olympia London W14 8UX 

Organizers:

  • New World Press Ltd. of  China International Publishing Group (CIPG)
  • Global China Institute and Global China Press Ltd.

Programme

Chair: Dr Belinda M Wu, Deputy General Secretary and Research Fellow of Global China Institute

11:00-11:30 Roundtable discussion: China and international communication from multiple perspectives  

  • Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Former President of the British Sociological Association; Honorary President of Global China Institute
  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster
  • Professor Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Institute; Honorary Professor of University College London
  • Mr Charles Aylmer, Head of Chinese Department, Cambridge University Library
  • Dr Frances Wood, Former head of the Chinese department at the British Library
  • Mrs Ingrid Cranfield,  Vice-President of Global China Institute; President of Global China Press
  • Lady Xuelin Li Bates, Chairman of Walk for Peace Foundation UK

11:30-11:50 Q & A

11:50-12:00 Agreement-signing ceremony
Signed by:

  • Mr TONG Meng, Director of Copyright Office, New World Press
  • Mrs Ingrid Cranfield, President of Global China Press

In the presence of Mr LIU Dawei, Mr YU Peng, Professor Martin Albrow, Mr Charles Aylmer, Professor Hugo de Burgh, Professor Xiangqun Chang, Mr HUANG Wei, Ms MA Lei, Dr MA Rujun, Dr Frances Wood, Lady Xuelin Li Bates, Mr XIA Zhansheng and Ms XUE Ling

Group photo

12:00 Close

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