Senior CPC official meets Australian media mogul

21:51, May 04, 2010      

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Senior Communist Party of China (CPC) official Liu Yunshan Tuesday met with Kerry Stokes, chairman of the Seven Network, one of Australia's leading media companies.

Liu, head of the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee, spoke highly of the cooperation between Seven and the Chinese media.

Liu, also a member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, hoped Seven would introduce more of China to Australians, including China's history, culture, economic and social development as well as the current Shanghai World Expo.

"This will contribute to the China-Australia friendship," Liu said.

Stokes, who is here for the Shanghai World Expo, said his company would increase exchanges and cooperation with the Chinese media to help promote communication, understanding and friendship between the two nations.

Seven is Australia's largest commercial television network, and one of the two largest publishers of magazines in Australia, according to its website.

Source: Xinhua


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