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Let's tune in to Chinese national TV

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This week, we tune in to Chinese National TV CCTV and more specifically to a selection of programs that have focused on ITER over the past four years.

In 2006, the CCTV talk show Dialogue with policy makers featured an interview with former science minister Xu Guanhua, one of the signatories of the ITER Agreement at the Élysée Palace in Paris on 21 November of that year.

Two years later, CCTV reported on the establishment of the Chinese Domestic Agency.

Last month ITER was featured again as CCTV covered both the sixth meeting of the ITER Council in Suzhou and the "ITER and Nuclear Fusion Exhibition" that the Chinese Domestic Agency had organized in the city's Industrial Park.




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