Jeremy Paxman and Bai Yansong spoke at the Future of Public Media workshop in Beijing

China Media Centre hosted leading TV stars as they shared insights on the opportunities for...

Jeremy Paxman and Bai Yansong spoke at the Future of Public Media workshop in Beijing

Two-Day Workshop on British Journalism at CCTV

China Central Television was the venue for a two-day workshop on British journalism organized by China Media Centre in October 2009....

Two-Day Workshop on British Journalism at CCTV

Parliamentary Seminar: ‘China and the New Green Deal’

‘China and the New Green Deal’, a China Media Centre conference, was held in Parliament in June 2009. It was the 6th...

Parliamentary Seminar: ‘China and the New Green Deal’

CMC Connection: Boris Johnson

China Media Centre managed Boris Johnson’s first ever visit to China, to study higher education, just before he became Mayor of London Boris Johnson...

CMC Connection: Boris Johnson

Liberal Democrat Conference

[NOV 11, 2009] The CMC director, Hugo de Burgh, spoke about ‘Changing China’ at the Liberal Democrat conference, joining the Chinese Ambassador,...

Liberal Democrat Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS: China’s Media Go Global, 2-3 September, 2014

Please do circulate this Call For Paper amongst your colleagues and networks. Thank you.   China Media Centre to announce the upcoming international conference.   Topic: China’s Media Go Global Date: 2-3 September, 2014. Venue: Tsinghua University School of Journalism and Communication, Beijing, China   China is dramatically increasing its media presence in the world. Within […]

China through the London Eye - 英国有很多地方需向中国学习

China through the London Eye – 英国有很多地方需向中国学习

China through the London Eye – 英国有很多地方需向中国学习 Please see Professor de Burgh’s interview in the Chinese Weekly on the following links: http://www.ihuawen.com/article/12909 http://www.ihuawen.com/topic/479 Hugo de Burgh – Chinese Weekly article Jan2014            

Season's Greetings

Season’s Greetings

    China Media Centre wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2014!   中国传媒中心祝愿您圣诞和新年快乐!

REPORTING ON BRITAIN FOR READERS IN CHINA

REPORTING ON BRITAIN FOR READERS IN CHINA

China Media Centre 2014 Winter Seminar REPORTING ON BRITAIN FOR READERS IN CHINA Speaker: Ms LI Wenyun Date: Wednesday 19th February 2014 Time: 2-4pm Venue: A1.04 Chair: Professor Hugo de Burgh OPEN TO ALL LI Wenyun is coming to the end of her posting as the UK bureau chief of the People’s Daily.  The People’s […]

THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF REPORTING FROM CHINA

China Media Centre 2013 Autumn Seminar Speaker: Michael Bristow Date: Wednesday 20th November Time: 2-4pm Venue: A1.06 Chair: Professor Hugo de Burgh OPEN TO ALL The highs and lows of reporting from China – Michael Bristow talks about his time in Beijing as a journalist for the BBC and the China Daily. Michael Bristow has […]

CALL FOR PAPERS: China’s Media Go Global, 2-3 September, 2014

Please do circulate this Call For Paper amongst your colleagues and networks. Thank you.   China Media Centre to announce the upcoming international conference.   Topic: China’s Media Go Global Date: 2-3 September, 2014. Venue: Tsinghua University School of Journalism and Communication, Beijing, China   China is dramatically increasing its media presence in the world. Within […]

Soft Power and the Creative Industries:  China and Britain

Soft Power and the Creative Industries: China and Britain

Palace of Westminster Wednesday, 25 April 2012 The Chinese Government has just committed itself to using ‘culture’ and ‘public diplomacy’ as a driver to increase global understanding about China. This reflects concern that China must do better in promoting its culture at home and abroad; recognition of the part that the creative industries will play […]

A Visit to London

A Visit to London

Yang Qing–Communication University of China Before I start this article, firstly I want to show my appreciation to both the University of Westminster and Communication University of China for giving me the chance to visit and study in London. Since the Olympic Game was held in London, it was really once in a blue moon […]

2012-2013 CMC Projects

In 2012, China Media Centre continued to further its cooperation with the Chinese government at various levels and media organizations as well as academic institutions. It provided a total of 12courses for the above organizations including China’s Ministry of Defence, Beijing Municipal Government, Zhejiang Provincial Government, Shanghai Media Group, Tianjin Media Group, State Information Office, […]

CALL FOR PAPERS: China’s Media Go Global, 2-3 September, 2014

Please do circulate this Call For Paper amongst your colleagues and networks. Thank you.   China Media Centre to announce the upcoming international conference.   Topic: China’s Media Go Global Date: 2-3 September, 2014. Venue: Tsinghua University School of Journalism and Communication, Beijing, China   China is dramatically increasing its media presence in the world. Within […]

Communicating Soft Power: Contrasting Perspectives from India and China

Date: 9 September 2013 -10 September 2013 Time: 9.00am - 7.00pm Organized by the India Media Centre and the China Media Centre of the Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) of the University of Westminster, London The notion of soft power, associated with the work of Harvard political scientist Joseph Nye, is defined as ‘the ability to attract people to our […]

China through the London Eye - 英国有很多地方需向中国学习

China through the London Eye – 英国有很多地方需向中国学习

China through the London Eye – 英国有很多地方需向中国学习 Please see Professor de Burgh’s interview in the Chinese Weekly on the following links: http://www.ihuawen.com/article/12909 http://www.ihuawen.com/topic/479 Hugo de Burgh – Chinese Weekly article Jan2014            

China: Literature and political reform

Today it was reported that Wen Jiabao, once again, has called for faster political reform at the end of the National Peoples’ Congress. There have been many political reforms over the past 30 years, to say nothing of social changes that have made the country more open. So what’s he worried about? Well, since he warned […]

Media Digest, May 14-20, 2010

Media Digest, May 14-20, 2010

Dating show contestant banned for sexy modeling?

If You Are The One (非城勿扰), a dating program on Jiangsu TV, has produced some dodgy contestants, some of whom admitted afterward to pretending on be outrageous characters the show. Now, it is rumored that a Beijing model, Ma Nuo (马诺), who has modeled for Gome Electrical Appliances and for magazines such as Cosmopolitan, has come under fire for her remarks about only dating super rich guys. The rumor making the rounds is that SARFT has banned her appearances on future reality TV shows.

Media Digest, May 7-13, 2010

Twenty jailed for CCTV tower blaze

Twenty people involved in last year’s deadly Spring Festival fire at the China Central Television (CCTV) headquarters have received jail terms ranging from three to seven years. A statement released Monday by the Beijing No. 2 Intermediate People’s Court, said Xu Wei, former head of construction office of the broadcaster’s new headquarters, was sentenced to seven years, with the other 19 involved receiving three years to six and a half years. A total of 21 people were convicted Monday, but one, Chen Zijun, was exempted from criminal punishment due to his minor role is the blaze, said the statement. The 21 convicted included five CCTV staff: Xu Wei, Deng Jionghui, Hu Debin, Gao Hong and Wang Shirong