“A Date with China” tour kicks off in Tianjin

Posted: October 22, 2021 at 6:00 a.m. EDT|Update: 4 hours ago

BEIJING, 22 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – A report from chinadaily.com.cn on an international media tour in Tianjin:

The third stage of the “A Date with China” international media tour kicked off in Tianjin Friday.

Entitled “On the road to prosperity”, the third stage, covering Tianjin, Suzhou, Shenzhen and Hainan, will take foreign media correspondents based in China, foreign internet influencers and domestic journalists to learn about China’s reform and opening-up achievements.

Niu Yibing (left), vice minister of cyberspace administration of China, and Zhou Derui, member of the CPC Standing Committee in Tianjin, press buttons to begin the third leg of the “A Date with China ”at the launch ceremony in Tianjin on Friday. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]

The third leg of the tour was jointly launched by Niu Yibing, vice minister of cyberspace administration of China, and Zhou Derui, member of the CPC Standing Committee in Tianjin and head of the advertising department of the CPC Municipal Committee. of Tianjin, at the launch ceremony. .

Zhang Yong, deputy director of the Information and Communication Office of China’s Cyberspace Administration, said he hoped the participants would tell the stories of the governance of the Communist Party of China, the stories of the Chinese people struggling for their dreams and stories of the country in search of peaceful development.

“We must present a true, multidimensional and panoramic view of China, just as Edgar Snow did in his classic Red star on China“Zhang said.

Wang yun, director of the cyberspace administration Tianjin, shared more on Tianjin. As the largest port in northern China, Tianjin is an important window for China to the world. She invited the participants to hear the “sounds” of Tianjin with its various forms of Chinese folk art, such as crosstalk and drums. “The city is full of the atmosphere of life,” she said.

Wang hao, deputy editor of China Daily, said China’s reform and opening up has benefited its people and people around the world, during the country’s accelerated stages on the world stage. China is experiencing new changes and new stories every day, Wang added.

China Daily reporter Erik Nilsson, who comes from United States, said he is always happy to come back to Tianjin, which he visited on several occasions. “And even though the location is the same, I go back to another Tianjin every time, because the city has continued to develop so rapidly. “

A series of documentaries on Chinese culture titled Let’s go to china was also released during the launch ceremony.

The documentaries are divided into six thematic chapters: porcelain, papermaking and calligraphy, traditional Chinese medicine, silk and clothing creation, animation and games, and red tourism. It will be simultaneously broadcast on China Daily website, app and social media accounts at home and abroad from 25 october, and will also be put on Aiqiyi, Tencent, and Bilibili in November.

As of April this year, the first two legs of the “A Date with China” tour covered over 100 interview sites in Shaanxi, Hubei, Guizhou, Guangxi, Xinjiang and Fujian, which generated thousands of reports on different platforms receiving over 900 million views.

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