The 17th conference on Overseas Chinese Pioneering and Developing in China concluded on July 9 in Wuhan, capital of Central China’s Hubei province. The conference aims to link up more media outlets, using new media to tell the world China’s story.
The China Press, BBC Chinese, The European Times and 32 other media organizations from 21 countries have come to discuss issues like the use of new media and media cooperation between countries along the Belt and Road.
Vincent Peirong Wu, who is the deputy chief editor of Europe Weekly, said that “European countries are scattered, so the Europe Weekly can connect Europe and China and share information, especially economic information.”
At the meeting, more than 100 people spoke on how to better tell stories from Hubei province and China to the rest of the world. More than 4,000 people from China and abroad attended this year’s conference, seeking partners for 2,185 projects.