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  • UNIT INTRODUCTION
  • ORGANIZERS
  • PREVIOUS JUDGES
UNIT INTRODUCTION

China International Publishing Group

China International Publishing Group (CIPG), also known as China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, is an organization affiliated with the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), specializing in international communication that serves the Party and the state. It is China’s largest foreign-language publishing group and a global media corporation. Its predecessor was the Bureau of International Press, founded in October 1949 under the General Administration of Press of the Central People’s Government of the People's Republic of China.

CIPG has 22 affiliated organizations, with 26 overseas offices in 14 countries and regions including the United States, Canada, Britain, Germany, France, Russia, Egypt, South Africa, Mexico, Peru, Japan, Thailand and Hong Kong. Today, it has grown into an international media group covering six business segments: high-level international communication, publishing and distribution, international communication, cultural exchange, research and consulting, and industry service. It annually publishes some 4,000 book titles in 40-plus languages and 36 periodicals in 14 languages, which are distributed in more than 180 countries and regions. Its websites and social media channels enjoy a global reach.

Beijing Xufang International Digital Culture Media Co., Ltd.

Beijing Xufang International Digital Culture Media Co., Ltd. (hereinafter “Xufang”), founded in April 2015 as a subsidiary of China International Publishing Group (CIPG), is committed to the planning, production, and international communication of multi-language, mobile-friendly, and social media-oriented new-media visual content. It also creates China-themed international communication solutions for local Chinese governments and businesses. Its in-house production team is made up of outstanding professionals in video project planning, journalism, foreign languages, video filming and production. Aiming to promote “new media and new international communication,” Xufang has created two digital media brands: China Matters and My China Story, which helped its social media accounts attract more than 8 million overseas followers. Xufang won the China Journalism Award in 2018, 2019, and 2020 for its excellent short videos and mini-documentaries. In addition to its strength in new media production and international communication, Xufang also collaborates with a number of foreign media outlets that has garnered high share numbers on various platforms and are able to bring content to global audiences in a highly efficient manner.

ORGANIZERS

Sponsor: China International Publishing Group (CIPG)

Strategic partner: Beijing Normal University

Organizers: Beijing Xufang International Digital Culture Media Co., Ltd., Zhongshan Municipal People's Government

Strategic support: Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture,China Intercontinental Communication Center, DOC CHINA Board of Directors, Beijing Returned Overseas Chinese Federation,Bosheng International Cultural Communication Co.,Ltd.

Special partnership project: Looking China Youth Film Project

Academic support: Academy of Contemporary China and World Studies

Global strategic partner: National Geographic

Exclusive social media partner: Sina Weibo

Strategic partnership platforms: iXIGUA, Douyin, Toutiao, Bilibili

International support: Germany Overseas Chinese Association, Prime Media Group (New Zealand)

International media partners: Associated Press, Deutsche Presse-Agentur,Antara News (Indonesia), African News Agency, Australian Associated PressSuggested Topics

PREVIOUS JUDGES

The Judge Panel of 2020 Competition
Huang Youyi
Former vice president and editor-in-chief of China International Publishing Group
Huang Huilin
Senior professor at Beijing Normal University, the dean of the Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture at Beijing Normal University
Gao Anming
Vice president and editor-in-chief of China International Publishing Group
Wang Hao
Deputy editor-in-chief of China Daily.
Shen Weixing
Doctoral supervisor and the dean of the Guangming School of Journalism and Communication at China University of Political Science and Law
He Hui
Professor and doctoral supervisor at Beijing Foreign Studies University
Luo Jun
Professor and deputy dean of the Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture at Beijing Normal University
Jing Shuiqing
Vice president and deputy editor-in-chief of China Intercontinental Press (China International Communication Center)
Vikram Channa
Vice president and head of content for Discovery East and South East Asia
Paul Lewis
Conference Director of the World Congress of Science and Factual Producers (WCSFP)
Jonathan Schütz
Founder of Curly Lizard Films
Wang Yan
Director of branded content and channels at National Geographic
Zhou Yan
Chief content officer at Yadi Media
Ding Zhitao
Deputy editor-in-chief of Beijing Review
Zhang Yanli
Manager of docuchina.cn
Wang Xinling
Deputy general manager and senior editor at the Beijing Xufang International Digital Culture Media Co., Ltd., CIPG under China International Publishing Group
Zhang Ju
UK-based senior media practitioner, is the Asia & China business director at the Daily Telegraph
Zhang Xiao
Video director and executive editor of New Media Center of China Daily
The Judge Panel of 2019 Competition
Gao Anming
Vice president and editor-in-chief of China International Publishing Grou
Chen Shi
Deputy Editor-in-Chief of China International Publishing Group (CIPG) and President of China Report Press.
He Suliu
Vice President of Television School and Doctoral Supervisor of the Communication University of China (CUC), serves as Director of the China Documentary Research Center.
Chen Changfeng
Deputy Dean of the School of Journalism and Communication and Doctoral Supervisor of Tsinghua University.
Wayne Wanta
Professor at the Department of Journalism at the University of Florida and an internationally renowned scholar for his research in political communication and media effects
Dorothy Liu
A+E NETWORKS ASIA Representative of China and Supervising Director of co-production
Li Zhi
Professor and Doctoral Advisor of the Television School at Communication University of China (CUC)
Wang Tian
Head of the People's Daily English language app
 Zhang Xiaoqun
Assistant Professor at the Department of Media Arts of the University of North Texas
Patrick Shaou-Whea Dodge
Assistant Professor of the University of Colorado, Denver (UCD) and a member of the National Communication Association's Task Force on Fostering International Collaborations in the Age of Globalization
Wang Xinling
Deputy general manager and senior editor at the Beijing Xufang International Digital Culture Media Co., Ltd., CIPG under China International Publishing Group
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