The Point: How China’s soft power sends messages to the world

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Author and journalist David Ferguson says many Western journalists tell the world what’s wrong with #China. So the Scotsman, who moved to China 15 years ago, focuses on telling the other side of the story. Ferguson was the lead English language editor of “#XiJinping: The #Governance of China,” the book on the Chinese President’s governance philosophy. He spoke to CGTN’s Liu Xin about how to communicate China’s unique discourse to the outside world in a way that is accessible and engaging. Let’s hear what he said.

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