Time: October 15, 2019
Source: the United Front Work Department of JNU Party Committee
Author: Li Xiaojuan
With Chasing the Chinese Dream and focusing on the Greater Bay Area as a theme, overseas Chinese media came to JNU to experience life in Guangdong and collect materials about Guangdong on Sept. 10. Participating in the activity, held by the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, were 19 overseas media representatives from 14 countries and regions, including Malaysia, Hungary, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, the Philippines, Laos and Myanmar, as well as two domestic central media reporters. Ge Weiyao, a member of the Propaganda Department of the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, and Yang Chunhua, culture minister of the Guangdong Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, accompanied the delegation. Zhuang Hanwen, a member of the Standing Committee of the JNU Party Committee and minister of the United Front Work Department, received them.
（Representatives of overseas Chinese media）
Prof. Wu Fei of the School of Journalism and Communication gave the delegation a special lecture on The Role of the Media in the Geopolitical Game Between China, the United States, Russia and India and reported on the development trend of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.”Combining practice with theories of media communication, Wu, a think-tank expert who focuses on media research, examined the trend in the current international situation and media communication, as well as the Greater Bay Area's prospects.
The delegation also visited JNU's history museum. As the first government-established college for overseas Chinese students in China and the paramount school for overseas Chinese students, JNU upholds its motto of loyalty, sincerity, integrity and respect, paying particular attention to fostering talents with classic Chinese culture.
(The delegation visiting the JNU history museum)
JNU actively contributes to the construction of the Greater Bay Area, providing strong support for its construction in motivating innovation through the construction of the International Technology Innovation Center of the Greater Bay Area. To that end, JNU founded the JNU Office of the Greater Bay Area, formulated the Outline Development Plan for the Greater Bay Area and established technology innovation platforms such as the Greater Bay Area Environmental Science Laboratory and Innovative Medicine and Modernization of Chinese Medicine.
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