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Former fellows of the journalistic exchange program "Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland" founded 2011 the German-Chinese Media Network (Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V.): a German-Chinese journalists association that aims to deepen the exchange between journalists from both countries on the long term. By this means it wants to contribute to intercultural understanding and promote unbiased reporting.

The German-Chinese Media Network regularly organizes public events in Germany and China, e.g. the series of lectures and discussions “Same same or different?” which focuses on journalism and the media systems in both countries. So far events have been held in Beijing, Berlin and Hamburg.

The association cooperates closely with the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the International Media Center Hamburg and supports the program “Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland”.

Its board of directors is composed of Markus Wanzeck, Nan Haifen, Tobias Kaiser, Guan Shunying, and Falk Hartig.

The website of the German Chinese Media Network is made possible through the support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the International Media Center Hamburg (IMC), and Zeitenspiegel Reportagen.

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Five years after the start of the journalistic exchange program „Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland“ former fellows founded the alumni association Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V.. It is a German-Chinese journalists association that aims to deepen the exchange between journalists from both countries on a long term. By this means it wants to contribute to intercultural understanding and promote an unbiased reporting. The Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V. organizes regular meetings of journalists in Germany and China. Further, public event series that are open to a broad public without a journalistic background are planned as well as a website with a focus on the media business(es) in China and Germany. The association cooperates closely with the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the International Media Center and it supports the program "Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland". Its board of directors is composed of Markus Wanzeck, Duan Congcong, Wang Dandan, Nan Haifen und Falk Hartig. - See more at: http://china.medienbotschafter.com/en/about_us/alumni_association#sthash.j9xPNVab.dpuf
Five years after the start of the journalistic exchange program „Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland“ former fellows founded the alumni association Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V.. It is a German-Chinese journalists association that aims to deepen the exchange between journalists from both countries on a long term. By this means it wants to contribute to intercultural understanding and promote an unbiased reporting. The Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V. organizes regular meetings of journalists in Germany and China. Further, public event series that are open to a broad public without a journalistic background are planned as well as a website with a focus on the media business(es) in China and Germany. The association cooperates closely with the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the International Media Center and it supports the program "Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland". Its board of directors is composed of Markus Wanzeck, Duan Congcong, Wang Dandan, Nan Haifen und Falk Hartig. - See more at: http://china.medienbotschafter.com/en/about_us/alumni_association#sthash.j9xPNVab.dpuf
Five years after the start of the journalistic exchange program „Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland“ former fellows founded the alumni association Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V.. It is a German-Chinese journalists association that aims to deepen the exchange between journalists from both countries on a long term. By this means it wants to contribute to intercultural understanding and promote an unbiased reporting. The Deutsch-Chinesisches Mediennetzwerk e.V. organizes regular meetings of journalists in Germany and China. Further, public event series that are open to a broad public without a journalistic background are planned as well as a website with a focus on the media business(es) in China and Germany. The association cooperates closely with the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the International Media Center and it supports the program "Medienbotschafter China – Deutschland". Its board of directors is composed of Markus Wanzeck, Duan Congcong, Wang Dandan, Nan Haifen und Falk Hartig. - See more at: http://china.medienbotschafter.com/en/about_us/alumni_association#sthash.j9xPNVab.dpuf
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