Latvian online influencer learns CGTN’s Media Challengers theme song

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The registration of the Media Challengers campaign closes in mid-June. We’re looking for English-speaking presenters, on-camera reporters, DJs, and social media influencers to report and create content from all over the world. Smirnova Anzelika, an online influencer from Latvia, attended the recording of our theme song. She also showed her talent in Peking Opera. Let’s take a look!

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