|The scene of the 2022 China-Japan-Korea Famous Journalists Dialogue. Photo by People's Daily Online reporter Zhang Wujun|
People's Daily Online, Beijing, November 25th (Reporters Jia Wenting, Liang Jun, Wu Sanye, Zhang Liya) On the morning of the 25th, the 2022 China-Japan-Korea Journalist Dialogue with the theme of "Practicing Media Responsibilities and Helping People-to-People Bonding" was held online in Beijing. It will be held in a combination of offline and online. The dialogue will be hosted by People's Daily. Nearly 60 representatives from 27 mainstream media in China, Japan, and South Korea, as well as guests from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and international organizations participated in the dialogue, focusing on two topics: "Exchanges and mutual learning to strengthen the foundation of people-to-people bonds" and "Building a bridge of cultural commonality with the past and the future" Discussions were carried out.
Yu Shaoliang, editor-in-chief of People's Daily, said in his speech that media professionals from China, Japan and South Korea should make due contributions to the construction of the East Asian community. Comprehensive reporting, to be a facilitator of public communication; to enhance exchanges, to be a supporter of youth growth; to strengthen cooperation, to be a guardian of cultural identity. People's Daily is willing to further strengthen exchanges and cooperation with mainstream media counterparts in Japan and South Korea, tell good stories together, develop careers together, and make unremitting efforts to improve the common well-being of the people of China, Japan and South Korea.
Deng Wei, Counselor of the Department of Asian Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said in his speech that the China-Japan-Korea Journalists Dialogue has become a signature project, adding sincerity and sincerity to media exchanges and cooperation among the three countries. It is hoped that the media of the three countries will tell the story of the friendly cooperation among the three countries, spread the positive energy of the region, and promote the oriental cultural concept of tolerance and coexistence, seeking common ground while reserving differences, each with its own beauty, and beauty for all.
Ou Boqian, secretary-general of the China-Japan-Korea Cooperation Secretariat, expressed in his speech that he hoped that the mainstream media could take on the social responsibilities of the media, stand at the forefront of public opinion, and strive to reduce misunderstanding and prejudice, and help people-to-people bonds. Guide public opinion with a rational and objective attitude, tell the real world with a balanced and precise brushwork, and seek solutions to problems with a rigorous and responsible attitude.
Japan's "Asahi Shimbun" Executive Director and Editor-in-Chief Hitomi Miyata said in his speech that the three countries have many similarities in culture and history, and the dialogue will be a good opportunity for the media of the three countries to exchange their experiences and insights and jointly explore the way of survival.
Li Xiaqing, editor-in-chief of South Korea's JoongAng Ilbo, said in his speech that the mainstream media in various countries should report responsibly, serve as a bridge between people and continue to inject vitality into Northeast Asia.
Fang Jiangshan, deputy editor-in-chief of People's Daily, presided over the dialogue and made a concluding speech.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea and the 50th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations between China and Japan. The China-Japan-Korea Famous Journalists Dialogue was first initiated and hosted by the People’s Daily, and it hosted four dialogues in September 2011, September 2015, May 2018 and December 2019.
(Editors in charge: Jia Wenting, Yang Mu)
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