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The New Emerging Countries Media Forum promotes discussion on development issues in developing countries

In response to “Strengthen And Improve International Communication” and to create a professional cross-border communication platform in the context of globalization in 2023, The New Emerging Countries International Media Forum is held in Sichuan, China and Manila, Philippines from March 31 to April 2, 2023.

The Forum brings together representatives of international organizations, the media, academics, experts, and diplomatic envoys from nine countries, with events hosted in China, the Philippines and Singapore over the weekend.

The Emerging Countries Reporting Alliance is a professional media reporting alliance jointly launched by Mr. Qiu Jiaqiu, a senior media person, and media people from many countries, with the scope of emerging countries as the main body and non-emerging countries as observers. In principle, the media nature is required to be independent media, registered and operated in various countries. The alliance pursues objectivity and neutrality principle and does not seek complete consistency in major regional or international issues.

TOM M. WOLTERS Senior Adviser, United Nations Human Settlements Program SDG “Actually, they are playing a very important role because the developed countries, the most advanced countries, they don’t have too many difficulties to develop more, but the emerging countries, they have a lot of other things to do, they are not close to the sustainable development as yet, so it’s very important that more developed countries work very closely together with the emerging countries to help them. Also, it’s the 2030 agenda, so it’s only seven years to go. Everybody expects you to be on a sustainable level, it’s very important for these countries to be helped and to exchange how to raise their level to the standard level by 2030.”

LIANG GUANGHAN Professor of Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou “Some of the new emerging countries are still not the members of the Belt and Road Initiative due to some reasons such as COVID. But they are also our friends, and we must communicate with and learn from each other in economic and development trends.”

Energy and the environment, global poverty reduction and cross-cultural communication are among the areas being covered at the Forum.

YUDIL CHATIM Counselor of the Culture and Education Embassy of Indonesia in China, “From this forum, we see that so many countries come and we can sit together, we can collaborate between the academic in education, and also we can cooperate with business industry or also with government, local government, central government and also regional government between ASEAN and China and the Europe countries.”

ZHENG SONGWU Deyang, Sichuan Province “Experts say the idea exchanges among the new emerging countries not only bridge cultural gaps and deepen cooperation but also contribute to the ongoing globalization process and provide for us all a better future. Zheng Songwu, CGTN, Deyang, Sichuan Province.”

It is worth noting that, the Emerging Countries Reporting Alliance was established.

The Emerging Countries Reporting Alliance is a professional media reporting alliance jointly launched by Mr. Qiu Jiaqiu, a senior media person, and media people from many countries, with the scope of emerging countries as the main body and non-emerging countries as observers. In principle, the media nature is required to be independent media registered and operated in various countries. Qiu Jiaqiu is also the founder of the New Emerging Countries Media Forum.

The alliance pursues objectivity and neutrality in principle and does not seek complete consistency in major regional or international issues. However, it welcomes objective and rational reports on China, mutual support for information sources, platforms, interview resources, collaborative investigations, and joint reports on international relations, economy (macro, industry, finance, venture capital, etc.), science and technology, culture, environment, and TMT.

At present, the alliance has attracted more than ten independent media or independent media from countries such as the Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam, Nepal, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Sri Lanka, and is gradually expanding.

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