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China, Nepal media cooperation to help boost understanding
update:September 01,2016
Sept. 1, 2016 -- Nepalese media outlets are willing to boost cooperation with their Chinese counterparts via the exchange of reports, executive director of the Radio Nepal Suresh Kumar Karki told Xinhua Wednesday.
Karki, who also heads a Nepalese mainstream media and friendship delegation, is visiting China under the invitation of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
The visit is the third of its kind in three consecutive years. During previous visits, they filmed documentaries on the development of Tibet Autonomous Region and China's Belt and Road Initiative.
"The people of Nepal now better understand China through the documentaries produced by Nepalese media outlets, and this will help boost mutual understanding and close relations between the two peoples," he said.
As this year marks the 95th founding anniversary of the CPC, the delegation is making a new documentary to reflect the history of the CPC and enormous changes that China has witnessed over the past 30 plus years, he said.
After visiting the headquarters of Xinhua News Agency, he said Xinhua's exploration of the potential of new media was "impressive and worth learning."
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