Seeing China Through Its Media

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China’s media provide a window into the Chinese mind, as the country asserts itself in the world as a great power. What do Chinese people think is the purpose of life? What matters most to them? In what do they believe? How do officials and journalists explain their responsibilities? 

This lecture will use examples – from a report on Coronavirus to a popular soap about rural life – to explore these questions and compare them with Western beliefs. 


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This event was on Tue, 01 Dec 2020


Professor Hugo de Burgh

Hugo is Director of the China Media Centre at the University of Westminster, which he founded in January 2005.

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