HOUSING PROJECT SIGNIFIES SOLID RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JAMAICA AND CHINA-PM Golding
The publication was published in time for the 4th China-LAC Business Summit held in Chengdu, China from October 21-22, 2010.
|Mr Min Goes Home after two years |
working in the Caribbean
|CAL landing in St Maarten|
|Caribbean public relations professional, Colin Wiltshire, shares a moment with presenters at CDTV in Chengdu, China's Western Capital. The station is currently building 50 additional television studios to deliver content to attract an audience that demands a greater variety of programmes.|
|Professor Tian Zhihui of the Communication University of China says that the|
"e-commerce platforms give SMEs an opportunity to showcase their products to Chinese markets and to find the right logistics that can place their commodities."E-COMMERCE PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR CARIBBEAN SMEs IN CHINA
"For most of us, the Great Wall was on top of our list of must-see attractions. It seemed as if fortune was on our side as well because the trip was greeted by a sunny,clear sky and chilly but not unbearableweather."
|Caribbean Journalists take on the Great Wall in Ocotber 2010|
"the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to jailed dissident Liu Xiobo was equivalent to violating the country's laws" - China Foreign Affairs SpokesmanNobel Award Equivalent To Supporting Crime - Says China
|Local and International journalists covering a |
press conference at the China Ministry of Foreign Affairs
hosted by Ministry Spokesman Zhaoxu Ma in October 2010
|Professor Chu Guangyou of the |
China Foreign Affairs University in conversation with
journalist Earl Bousquet
Founder of the St Lucia/ China Friendship Association
in October 2010
"...policy's long-term negative effects, namely an ageing population, self-centred children and the burden placed on single offspring to take care of elderly relatives have spurred renewed debate..."One Child Policy Cut Population Growth, but China Starting to Worry
|Vernon Davidson speaks with |
Professor Heng Xiojun, Vice-President of the
China Foreign Affairs University (CFAU) in
Beijing in October 2010
|Taneka Thompson of The Tribune in the Bahamas|
participated in a professional programme for
Caribbean journalists in Beijing, China during October 2010.
|Colin Wiltshire of Barbados shares a moment on the set of a Chengdu |
television station with two female presenters.
|A woman and child enjoy a morning in Tiananmen Square|
|Reception desk for journalists at a Ministry of Finance building in Beijing.|