The Chinese delegation in Journalists Union of Athens. (Photo source: ACJA/Wang Lin)
A Chinese media delegation returned home on April 17 after concluding its tour focusing on Europe's news ethics mechanism construction.
During the tour, it conducted deep-going exchanges with individual media workers and mainstream media organizations of Greece, Italy and the United Kingdom.
In Greece, it visited the Journalists Union of Athens, the newspapers Kathimerini and Naftemporiki and the Chinese Embassy; in Italy, it visited the Federazione Nazionale Della Stampa, Ordine dei Giornaliste, ANSA, the Confucius Institute at the University of Rome and the Chinese Embassy; in the UK, it visited IPSO, IMPRESS, BBC and NUJ, and the Chinese Embassy.
It also co-organized the Europe-China Dialogue on Media Ethics in the Internet Age with the International Journalism Ethics Alliance in London.
The tour began on April 8, at the invitation of the Ministry of Digital Policies, Telecoms and Mass Media of Greece, the Federazione Nazionale Della Stampa of Italy and the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN).
The tour was organized by All-China Journalists Association (ACJA).
The six members of the delegation are from Xinhua News Agency, China Media Group, Shandong Dazhong Newspaper Group and ACJA.