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2nd Beijing International Youth Forum held in Beijing

The 2nd International Youth Forum was held in Beijing on Wednesday, bringing together over 200 youth representatives, experts, and young artists to discuss topics on the theme of "Youth for a Better Future."

First Panda Cup Korean Youth Essay Contest held in Beijing

The first Panda Cup Korean Youth Essay Contest was held Friday in Beijing. The event gathered young people from South Korea to share their stories about China in a bid to foster mutual learning between the two sides.

First media forum for new emerging countries held in Deyang, Sichuan

The First New Emerging Countries International Media Forum was held in Deyang, southwestern China's Sichuan province, and Manila, the capital city of Philippines, on March 31.

Experts: Chinese modernization offers inspiration to global development

Chinese modernization has provided great wisdom and offered the world new opportunities for advancing development, officials and scholars said Monday during a forum held in Beijing.

Roundtable held to discuss China's economic outlook

A roundtable dialogue with a focus on the prospects of China's economy and China-Europe economic and trade relations was convened via video link on Friday.

Beijing-Moscow dialogue on Chinese path to modernization held

A dialogue between Beijing and Moscow on the Chinese path to modernization was held in the two cities simultaneously via video link on Friday. The event was jointly organized by the CICG Center for Europe and Asia and Russian media outlet RT.

Forum: China-Mexico ties have much potential for growth

The Center for the Americas under China International Communications Group held the China-Mexico Cooperation and Development Forum on March 10, inviting officials and experts from the two countries to share their insights on the bilateral ties.

Seminar on China-Arab strategic partnership held in Cairo

A seminar on China-Arab strategic partnership in the new era was held in Cairo, Egypt, on Wednesday. Gao Anming, vice president of China International Communications Group, gave a keynote speech via teleconferencing.

CICG translator calls for better telling Belt and Road stories

Wang Maohu, chief Arabic-language translator of China International Communications Group, stressed telling stories of the Belt and Road to extend the reach and appeal of Chinese culture during the country's ongoing "two sessions."

CICG invites international youths to visit Xiamen

From Feb. 25 to 27, more than 10 youths from 10 countries visited Xiamen, southeastern China's Fujian province, and learned about the city's role as an important window of opening up and a pioneer in China's modernization drive, and how the BRICS cooperation mechanism promotes global development in various sectors.

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