Special program on “Classical literary quotes of Xi Jinping” broadcast on CMG media platforms




BEIJING, June 18, 2021 / CNW / – A CCTV + report:

The first season of the international edition of “Chinese Wisdom in Ancient Classics – Xi Jinping’s Classical Literary Quotes” has been posted on the new media platforms of the China Global Television Network (CGTN) under China Media Group (CMG) since May.

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The special program produced by CGTN selected famous sayings and historical stories from ancient Chinese classics cited by President Xi Jinping in his speeches, articles and interviews, and indicates Xi’s understanding of deep traditional Chinese culture and wisdom. of the resulting governance.

The first season features nine episodes that cover topics such as green development, ecological conservation, innovation, openness, tackling COVID-19, tackling corruption and reducing poverty through education.

Laurence Brahm, Politician-economist, Stephen mcclure, information science consultant for Wuhan University, Dr. Jason blake cohen, professor emeritus of China University of Mines and Technology and professor at Sun Yat-Sen University, Lee barrett, Social media influencer, Alexandre teixeira, professor of public policy at Tsinghua University, Steven white, associate professor at Tsinghua University, Kirk apesland, influencer on social networks and Einar Tangen, Current Affairs commentator were invited to share their views through dialogues in the program.

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