At the time of holding the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Boao Forum for Asia, as the large-scale bilingual news portal in Chinese and English, and central level integrated network news media, World Wide Web jointly launched the activity of “Hundreds of Asia-Pacific Political and Business Elites Discuss the Global Future” along with the PR Newswire to have an insight into the global economic trends and to grasp the pulse of the times and economy. In the meantime, hundreds of Asia-Pacific political and business elites wrote articles to express the cutting-edge opinions on invitation.
Special Screenshots of World Wide Web Taken on the Boao Forum for Asia
▲Gu Shaoming, “Hundreds of Asia-Pacific Political and Business Elites” and Chairman of the Board of Bauing Group (4 th from the left in the 1 st row in the figure)
Gu Shaoming, chairman of the board of Bauing Group, wrote articles on invitation with combination of the economic and trade cooperation and cultural exchange activities launched in the countries along “the Belt and Road” by the Bauing Group. Gu Shaoming wrote, “Chinese enterprises are faced with different cultures, races and economic forms after entering the countries along ‘the Belt and Road’. The cultural exchange and the development of local charities and public welfare undertakings can be considered as pioneers to eliminate the barriers. After profoundly integrated with local conditions of the country and the people as well as obtaining the cultural identity, the economic and trade cooperation will have a more solid foundation.”
Screenshots of the Special Report on the World Wide Web
From March 22 to 25, World Wide Web and Associated Press jointly released the poster themed “Hundreds of Asia-Pacific Political and Business Elites Discuss the Global Future”, and landed at the Times Square, New York City, USA for loop playback. As the representative of hundreds of Asia-Pacific political and business elites, Gu Shaoming, chairman of the board of Bauing Group, had the honor to be published on the theme poster.
The Themed Poster Landed on the New York Times Square