American Documentary Director, Famous Journalist Jocelyn Ford Visited CDS

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Director Jocelyn communicated with the teachers and students in the center

    Oct17th 2014,American documentary director, famous journalist Jocelyn Ford visited CDS. John first visit CDS and media and communication department, meanwhile he had a communication deeply with professor WenJun An and professor Gang Chen and other center staffs.
    Director Jocelyn Ford, former Beijing and Tokyo bureau chief for the U.S. public radio show Marketplace, has reported from over a dozen countries during her three decades in East Asia. In 2001 she became the first foreigner to broadcast news live on China Radio International. She has also conducted journalist trainings at CRI and been a guest lecturer in Chinese universities. In Japan, Jocelyn’s groundbreaking reporting on "comfort women" in the 1990s was a catalyst for raising awareness about World War II abuses of women by Japan's military. During three years of filming NOWHERE TO CALL HOME, Jocelyn gained rare access to remote Tibetan communities to shine light on the complex choices facing Tibetan farmers living in contemporary China.

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