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[March 10th, 2012] Voices & Votes –China’s cultural reform

03-10-2012 21:31 BJT Special Report: 2012 NPC & CPPCC Sessions |

Host: Zou Yue

Guest speakers:
 
- Professor Shi Anbin, the deputy dean of the School of Journalism from Tsinghua University

- Professor Teng Jimeng from the Beijing Foreign Studies University

- CTV correspondent Nie Jia.

- Chris Nibi, movie director and the president of Monarex Hollywood Corporation in Los Angeles

- Professor Shi Anbin, deputy dean of the School of Journalism at Tsinghua University

- Professor David Moser, the Academic Director of CET at Capital Normal University in Beijing

- Professor Andrew Eungi Kim from the division of International Studies at Korea University

- Kam-Hoi Wun, the chairman of the International Classics Culture Association in Hong Kong

- Shaanxi province governor Zhao Zhengyong

Part 1: History and implications of cultural reform

You may wonder why should a nation with a 3000 year civilization worry about its culture. But this is true. The Chinese are looking at the renaissance of its own in the 21st century. Despite a growing economy and military, China still has a lot to do to get there.<Watch Video>

Part 2: Changes brought by cultural reform and obstacles ahead

For more in-depth analysis, we joined in the studio by Professor Shi Anbin, deputy dean of the School of Journalism at Tsinghua University, also Professor David Moser, the Academic Director of CET, at Capital Normal University here in Beijing, and Professor Andrew Eungi Kim from the division of International Studies at Korea University.<Watch Video>

Part 3: Media watch

Now comes the time for our daily look across the Internet to see what netizens and other media have to say about the on-going NPC and CPPCC sessions. Li Kefu joins us for today’s "Media Watch." <Watch Video>

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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