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Pathfinder and Xinhua collaborate to publish ‘China Watch’ in Daily FT


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The Pathfinder Foundation (PF) and the Xinhua News Agency signed an agreement to jointly publish ‘China Watch’ a special compilation of news from China tailor-made for a Sri Lankan readership/audience. This is another pioneering initiative of the PF and its China-Sri Lanka Cooption and Milinda Moragoda, founder PF given attention to Chinese Ambassador to Sri Lanka, Yi Xianliang about the China watch articles published in Daily FT recently. 

Xinhua, the official news agency in China is the largest, authoritative and most influential media establishment in China. Within the Chinese government Xinhua is a ministry level organisation. Most importantly Xinhua news agency operates over 170 foreign bureaus internationally. In China 31 bureaus (one for each province) are operational.


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