40 Years and Beyond: China Reform and Opening Up -- A CGTN America Town Hall Special

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40 Years and Beyond: China Reform and Opening Up -- A CGTN America Town Hall Special

CGTN (China Global Television Network) will air a special Town Hall program on Wednesday, December 19 at 6PM ET.

The event, recorded at The George Washington University, marks the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening up polices that were launched in December 1978.

CGTN anchor Anand Naidoo hosts a panel of China experts who explain why these policies were implemented and how they have transformed China over the last four decades. The discussion also centers on the global impact of China's reform and opening up policies.  And, the program looks ahead as it examines the current and future challenges facing China. The panelists fielded questions from the audience and international cities.

Panelists include:

*Zhou Jingxing, Minister-Counselor and Director of the Political Section of the Chinese Embassy in the United States.

*Martin Jacques, Senior Fellow of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University.

*Robert Hormats, former U.S. Under Secretary of State and Vice Chairman of Kissinger Associates.

*Yukon Huang, Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Asia Program.

Media Contact: JEFF MILSTEIN, CGTN America, (202) 393-1850 ext. 1702, jeff.milstein@cgtnamerica.com

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