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All-China Journalists Association

All-China Journalists Association (ACJA) (中華全國新聞工作者協會) was established in Shanghai on November 8, 1937. It was organised by the Communist Party of China, but a part was also played by Fan Changjiang in July 1949.

ACJA is a well-established committee among all international journalism organizations. There are now 223 committee members such as regional Journalistic Association and professional Journalistic Association. Additionally, there are 75,000 journalists.

Under the reformed state policy, China has begun to expand its media-to-media contacts with neighboring countries. The current Chairman is Shao Hauje.

External links

  • china-media.com.cn


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