Vice President for MCOT: We can’t change the West, but can set our own agenda

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Noraphon Pacharoen, Vice President for Mass Communication Organization of Thailand (MCOT) International News Department, said at the ASEAN Media Partners Forum that the news media is gradually shifting from the West to the East, and China can be the leader in the East to lead that trend.

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