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Guangdong Delegation Visits To Grow Partnership

A government and media delegation from one of China’s most economically powerful provinces visited Suva yesterday. The reason: to further develop cooperation with the Fiji Sun. Discussions held at the
25 Oct 2018 11:00
Guangdong Delegation Visits  To Grow Partnership
Presentation during meeting at the Fiji Sun in Suva yesterday: From left: Fiji Sun Managing Editor News Jyoti Pratibha, Fiji Sun Managing Editor Digital Rosi Doviverata, Guangdong Deputy Minister for Information Jiang Bin and Fiji Sun Managing Editor Training Nemani Delaibatiki at the Fiji Sun office on Gorrie Street yesterday. Photo: Ronald Kumar

A government and media delegation from one of China’s most economically powerful provinces visited Suva yesterday. The reason: to further develop cooperation with the Fiji Sun.

Discussions held at the Fiji Sun in Gorrie Street fo­cused on enhancing media and cultural exchanges and other co-operation.

The delegation from Guangdong province in China’s south near Hong Kong was led by Deputy Minister for Information Jiang Bin.

It included:

Liu Jiangtao, director, highlight news, of Nanfang Dai­ly, a flagship Chinese-language newspaper published in Guangzhou, Guangdon’s capital. Guangzhou is China’s third largest city.

Zhang Ying, director Nanfang Net in English, part of the Nanfang Media Group.

Zeng Ming, Deputy Director, Editorial Department of Guangdong Today, a multi-channel website covering news and business. It puts special emphasis on Guang­dong’s Pearl River Delta:

Tang Guohua, director, Art Department of Guangdong Provincial Government Culture Bureau

Fu Qunshan, director, Guangdong Radio and Televi­sion (GRT) News Centre, part of a major Chinese radio and television network owned by the Guangdong pro­vincial government. GRT is based in Guangzhou.

Three Fiji Sun journalists have already been to Guang­dong on a programme that visited media and internet and technology companies. They included those devel­oping AI (artificial intelligence) such as Pony Ma’s Ten­cent headquarters in Shenzen, Guangdong.

Fiji Sun North Editor Shratika Naidu is currently in China on a Young Leaders programme sponsored by the Guangdong Provincial Government. She is among 10 outstanding young leaders from Fiji taking part.

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