Monitoring Desk: State media tool “Voice of China” will neutralise negative propaganda against China which, according to regional experts has been launched by western media.
Investing a promising budget and inviting media persons from all over the world, Beijing is bridging international as well as national media outlets with a clear target to neutralize western media propaganda against China which also include of painting China a country where people are living below the poverty line and development is only urban-centric. The major target group of new media policy would be youth of countries which would be linked in One Belt One Road (OBOR) project. “Voice of China” would be a “Soft Power” of China soon, commented media experts of central Asia.
According to details, collaboration will be realized with local media outlets through the platform of “Voice of China” of countries which would be linked in One Belt One Road (OBOR) project.
China Central Television, International Radio of China and National Radio of China will form “Voice of China” providing news in Chinese, Russian, English, Hindi and Urdu and would also cover national languages of Central Asia and Eastern Europe.
Positive information about social development, diplomacy, Chinese culture, Chinese food and folklore will be provided to promote China as a country of opportunities and prosperity. “Voice of China” will also promote Communist Party of China.
Media activities of different countries would also be monitored and positive news about China would be pitched through blogging and online media services.
According to available information, Chinese media mechanism would give special attention to Pakistani media due to its flagship project of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). It may be mentioned that CPEC is under criticism from different quarters of society in Pakistan claiming that economy of Pakistan is under crunch due to heavy imports from China and gap between import and export in Pakistan is resulting free fly of US dollar and constant dipping of Pakistani currency.