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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

World’s first 'Belt and Road Media Community' founded in Beijing, 29 countries join

Editor: Zhang Jianfeng 丨CCTV.com
08-29-2016 14:48 BJT

Full coverage: Belt and Road Media Community

By CCTV.com reporter Chen Yunuo
Beijing, Aug.26 (CCTV.com) --The inauguration ceremony and summit forum of the global “Belt and Road Media Community” was held August 26 in Beijing.
Officials of the hosts—CCTV and China International Television Corporation (CITVC)—182 guests from 78 media organizations across 50 countries, including deputy minister of Russia’s State Communication & Mass Media Ministry; minister of Cambodia’s State Press Ministry; and representatives from BBC, SONY and KBS attended the ceremony and forum. 
Forty-one media organizations from 29 countries joined the community and accomplishments were made concerning international television cooperation in future.
29 countries join Belt and Road Media Community at the inauguration ceremony in Beijing, August 26, 2016.
29 countries join Belt and Road Media Community at the inauguration ceremony in Beijing, August 26, 2016.
The community: anticipated to become world’s biggest media cooperation platform
Founding the Belt and Road Media Community—the first international media league to bond under the “Silk Road” concept—was proposed at 2016 Arab Festival for Radio and Television by CCTV and CITVC in early May.
Open to all media forms—including TV, video websites and social media—the community invites countries along the line of the Belt and Road to cooperate in program co-production, joint channels creation, program broadcasting, market operation and commercial integration, with the goal of creating a cooperation platform characterized by equality, openness, mutual sharing and commercialization.
Countries along the line of the Belt and Road are invited to carry out cooperation in aspects of program co-production, joint channels creation, program broadcasting, market operation and commercial integration.
Countries along the line of the Belt and Road are invited to carry out cooperation in aspects of program co-production, joint channels creation, program broadcasting, market operation and commercial integration.
Forty-one media organizations from 29 countries have joined the community , such as State Television of Kyrghyzstan, Serbia, Burma, and mainstream media of Nepal, Indonesia, Malaysia, UK, U.S., Russia and Italy. With members growing and future partnership to build with Broadcasting Union of Asia-Pacific, Europe, Arab and African Union, the community is expected to become one of the biggest global “television media plus” cooperation platforms.
182 guests from 78 media organizations across 50 countries attended the inauguration ceremony and summit forum of Belt and Road Media Community in Beijing, August 26, 2016.
182 guests from 78 media organizations across 50 countries attended the inauguration ceremony and summit forum of Belt and Road Media Community in Beijing, August 26, 2016.
In the opening speech, deputy director of China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SARFT) Tong Gang said, “Peace and cooperation, openness and inclusiveness, mutual learning and mutual benefit are the spirits of Silk Road that passed down from generations to generations. It is propelling progress of human civilization and is world’s common historic and cultural heritage.”
Tong proposed that the media organizations at the ceremony should try to be “practitioners of interactive communication, tellers of Silk Road stories, and beneficiaries of mutual reciprocity.”
Dialogue leads to pragmatic cooperation—from “selling Chinese programs” to “creating Chinese channels”
Cambodia channel Hi-Cambo!, the second localized channel overseas run by CITVC after Indonesia’s Hi-Indo!, was formally announced broadcasting at the summit forum. Deputy minister of Cambodia’s State Press Ministry H.E Kem Gunnawadh said the creating of Hi-Cambo! is historic for Cambodian TV because it offers so many excellent, rich and fresh programs to Cambodian people, all in the language of Cambodian.
Vice president of CITVC Tang Shiding delivers a speech at the inauguration ceremony of Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
Vice president of CITVC Tang Shiding delivers a speech at the inauguration ceremony of Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
Vice president of CITVC Tang Shiding said great achievements have been made to push Chinese TV “going global” since the launch of the Belt and Road Initiative.
“Selling Chinese programs” overseas has upgraded to “opening Chinese timeslot” and “creating Chinese channels.” Good ratings and popularity among audiences are accumulated through the process. For example, survey result shows Hi-Indo! is ranked second among CCTV’s overall overseas channels in terms of audience satisfaction. 
Such developments are well reflected in South Africa’s Capetown TV director Karen Leigh Thorne’s speech. Thorne said the Chinese documentary timeslot on Capetown TV showing Chinese culture and civilization is very welcome among local audiences, thereby enhancing China’s cultural influence in South Africa.
South Africa’s Capetown TV director Karen Leigh Thorne gives a speech at the summit forum of Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
South Africa’s Capetown TV director Karen Leigh Thorne gives a speech at the summit forum of Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
Looking ahead: broad prospects for deep commercial cooperation
At the ceremony, many countries signed agreements and letters of intent on multiple cooperative projects with China, such as co-produced documentaries Secrets on the Silk Road, the Long March.
Meanwhile, a call for documentaries on the theme of Shared Road, Shared Future was launched; countries along the Silk Road are invited to jointly produce a series of Silk Road-related documentary programs.
Aiming to jointly share reciprocal broadcast resources, jointly pursue mutually beneficial and innovative development by means of flexible and diverse patterns, the Belt and Road Community is bound to make greater contributions in international cultural exchanges and commercial cooperation.
Agreements and letters of intent on multiple cooperative projects are signed between members of the Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
Agreements and letters of intent on multiple cooperative projects are signed between members of the Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
CCTV’s sub-channels also presented documentaries on the theme of Silk Road they have produced at the summit forum of the Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.
CCTV’s sub-channels also presented documentaries on the theme of Silk Road they have produced at the summit forum of the Belt and Road Media Community, August 26, 2016.

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2018 Seas of Hope - Argentina G20

The greatest meeting of youth sustainability nations hsoted by Franciscans will be hosted Argeting Summer 2018

All ultra models of ending poverty can be benchmarked round franciscan POP models - eg bangladesh girls empowerment build nation models; exchanges of young professionals designed by jim kim and paul farmer - eg partners in health



Among world record job creators - group 4 jim kim and george soros have explicitly recognised POP  (Preferential Option Poor) models :
Soros 20th Open Society Laureate was sir fazle abed who explains how brac value system was designed around Paulo Freire

This video Jim Kim show how he celebrated (confirmation of a life spent round health pop models) soon after inauguration of Pope Francis

World Bank Group President Kim and Pope Francis ... - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmEVNlpjfGc
Oct 28, 2013 - Uploaded by World Bank
World Bank Group President Kim and Pope Francis Discuss Mutual Efforts to End Poverty ... World Bank ...

Baltimore can claim to both the original social justice city USA and the one that invites benchmarking of  POP with all sustainability goal 11 supercity

Under the morning sun in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, Pope Francis prayed for and then greeted members of the interfaith delegation from Baltimore.
Pope Francis speaks in Rome. Photo Courtesy; Catholic Review
Pope Francis speaks in Rome. Photo Courtesy; Catholic Review
Led by Archbishop William Lori, his Holiness visited briefly with the Christian, Muslim and Jewish leaders —
“He looks us in the eye, takes us by the hand and you just feel for that moment for the Pope — you are the only person in the world,” Lori said.
Archbishop Lori and the delegation say their pilgrimage to Rome was designed to further solidify  their partnerships. They’ve been working closely since the April riots to help their communities heal through education and social services. “For him to be concerned as we move to the one year anniversary of the Freddie Gray incident and reaction to that,” Reverend Frank Reid said. “The Holy Father encouraged us, he also empowered us.”
The group also visited U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, Ken Hackett, who is the former head of Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services.The group of religious leaders, including Rabbi Stephen Fink, Imam Earl El-Amin, the Reverend Alvin Hathaway and others, returns to Baltimore tomorrow.

The Rev. Wolfgang Herz-Lane, bishop of the Delaware Maryland Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Imam Earl El-Amin, Muslim Community Cultural Center of Baltimore; Father Donald Sterling, pastor, New All Saints Parish; the Rev. Dr. Frank M. Reid III, senior pastor, Bethel A.M.E. Church; and the Rev. Al Hathaway, pastor, Union Baptist Church.
The Rev. Wolfgang Herz-Lane, bishop of the Delaware Maryland Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Imam Earl El-Amin, Muslim Community Cultural Center of Baltimore; Father Donald Sterling, pastor, New All Saints Parish; the Rev. Dr. Frank M. Reid III, senior pastor, Bethel A.M.E. Church; and the Rev. Al Hathaway, pastor, Union Baptist Church. Photo Courtesy: Catholic Review


Preferential Option Poorest design optimal life critical services of the poorest and grows their livelihoods. POP leaders include - health: farmer; economics Kim and Soros; Faith Pope Francis and South America and Bangladesh's fouuders of women4empowerment net working 1.0 and 2.1 see lso www.youthmarkets.com : millennials need POP wherever elders have knowingly or accidentally left them in huge debt< for example if your nation as an unaffordable 20th century health system and an elderly population bubble then only POP healt can save your milennials from drowning in debt

Thursday, April 20, 2017

examples of rail cargo -all info wikipedia
Rail freight by network, billion tonne-km
2010[9]
NetworkGt-kmCountries
North America2863U.S., Canada, Mexico
China2451
Russia2351CIS + Finland, Mongolia
India607
European Union39127 member countries[10]
Brazil269includes Bolivia (1)
South Africa115includes Zimbabwe (1.6)
Australia64
Japan20
South Korea10

 top 30 sea container ports
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