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'Changing Landscape - The Media, Brexit and China' event hosted by CGTN in London discussed the UK-China development in the ‘Golden Era’

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Yesterday, CGTN's event 'Changing Landscape- The Media, Brexit and China' was an engaging afternoon of discussion and debate around the UK and China's development in the 'Golden Era' and its impact on #Brexit and the media.

 

Martin Jacques began the event with yet another powerful and eye-opening message to convince the UK to once again find its roots in international exploration. Other key speakers included: Stephen Perry (Managing Director, London Export Corporation), Yu Jie (Lecturer, London School of Economics) and Vivian Marsh (Lecturer, University of Westminister)

 

CGTN's offers a bridge between the East and the West. It presents an alternative perspective for its audience and Devoch was fortunate to share its experiences with these key individuals.

 

For more information, check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyFB3fkIEyI

 

#ChinaUK #Brexit #youraccesstochina #LSE #UniversityofWestminister #media #CGTN #stepintochina #martinjacques

 

Yesterday, CGTN's event 'Changing Landscape- The Media, Brexit and China' was an engaging afternoon of discussion and debate around the UK and China's development in the 'Golden Era' and its impact on #Brexit and the media.

Martin Jacques began the event with yet another powerful and eye-opening message to convince the UK to once again find its roots in international exploration. Other key speakers included: Stephen Perry (Managing Director, London Export Corporation), Yu Jie (Lecturer, London School of Economics) and Vivian Marsh (Lecturer, University of Westminister)

CGTN's offers a bridge between the East and the West. It presents an alternative perspective for its audience and Devoch was fortunate to share its experiences with these key individuals.

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