The China Global Media Fellowship program which was conducted for journalists from 18 countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative ended on May 31 with a ceremony in Shanghai.
Qu Yingpu (right), deputy editor-in-chief of China Daily, Jiang Feng (third from right), Party secretary of Shanghai International Studies University, and Ding Wenli (second from left), assistant to the president of University of International Business and Economics, take a picture with three participants at the closing ceremony on May 31. (Photo: China Daily)
The 19-day program is designed to help nurture mutual exchange and foreign media better understand China’s economic, political, cultural and social progress.
Participants and officials take a group picture. (Photo: China Daily)
The program was jointly launched by China Daily, the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing and Shanghai International Studies University.
During the program, journalists attended presentations on China’s development and visited Beijing, Shanghai and Hunan province to participate in field studies with well-known domestic media groups and exchange ideas with other media professionals.