BEIJING, April 19 (Xinhua) — The book, Sharing the Story of China, has been published by the Commercial Press to show readers how to introduce China to the world.
The book, compiled by the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC), combines case studies with expert's comments to summarize the experience and methods of introducing China to the world.
It also proposes new ideas to improve public diplomacy [JB emphasis] in the new era.
A good story is “Esperanto,” which transcends regional, linguistic, racial and cultural barriers to help more foreigners better understand China, said Li Xiaolin, president of the CPAFFC.
The CPAFFC started the research program on “telling the world the Chinese story” last January, and selected 33 representative cases that best exemplify the story-telling skills.
Ross K. Baker, Opinion columnist, USA Today, Dec. 12, 2018; original article contains a video, “Nauert currently serves as the spokeswoman for the State Department. Video provided by Newsy Newslook”; also contain links and references to other relevant articles; [JB: note this article does not mention that Ms. Nauert served as Acting Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] and Public Affairs on March 13, 2018 to October 10. 2018.”] [Re this media omission, see also (1) (2).]
Image from article, with caption: Nauert currently serves as the spokeswoman for the State Department.
Our ambassador to the UN should be able to explain us to the world and defend our interests. Trump's pick doesn't have the experience or stature for that.(Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
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Sarah Wolfson, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Jan 29, 2019Image from article, with caption: Austin Maddox, a M.S. journalism graduate student and a fellow in the USC Center for Public Diplomacy (CPD) attended the first major soft power conference in New Delhi, India. Photo courtesy of: Austin Maddox.
“How do students, who are bombarded with information and always on their phones, remain present and mindful?” Austin Maddox asked.
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) fellow posed that question to Gopi Kallayil, Google’s chief evangelist of brand marketing at the Conference on Soft Power, a three-day event hosted by the India Foundation in New Delhi, India. Kallayil is known for blending technology with spirituality and mindfulness, including establishing a yoga program for Google employees.
“Technology can either be used as a tool for great benefit or it can be a weapon of mass distraction,” Kallayil replied. “The choice is up to us as human beings; we have t..
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