Training course for African journalists continues in People’s Republic of China

With the incorporation of around fifty journalists from the Republic of Guinea Conakry, in addition to those from Cameroon, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Mali, Senegal, Burundi, Benin, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Central African Republic, Tunisia and Madagascar, the training course is continuing in Beijing for the training of African journalists, as an exchange of professional experiences with their Chinese colleagues.

During the course the participants will be evaluated on their participation and presentations regarding matters related to various debating topics, following the giving of presentations.

Since the start of the course there have been various conferences, such as the one regarding the China-Africa cooperation initiative and Chinese diplomacy on the African continent.

The presentations were given by the General Secretary of the Charhar Institute, Zhang Guobin, who also spoke about the exchange of cooperation between the Chinese and African press.

For his part, Lui Ying, from the Ministry for Foreign Relations, spoke on the current state of the Chinese media.

On 10th July, the professor from the University of Communication, Xu Tiebing, gave a retrospective on the evolution of Chinese journalism.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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