BBC Current Affairs Debate Programme Comes To Shanghai

@andygogo (1580)
China
January 2, 2007 9:34pm CST
The UK BBC's flagship current affairs programme, "Question Time", will be broadcast from Shanghai on Thursday March 10th. People living in Shanghai are invited to be a member of the studio audience, who are permitted to submit questions to a panel of prominent people, and also offer their own comments. Anyone interested should log onto the following link: www.bbc.co.uk/tv/questiontimechina/ Chinese Government spokesman Liu Jianchao, Wild Swans author Jung Chang and former Hong Kong Governor and EU Commissioner Chris Patten have already agreed to take part in the programme, answering questions before a live studio audience. Also on the panel will be the designer and businessman, David Tang plus Mr Long Yongtu - General Secretary of the Boao Forum and Goodwill Ambassador to the UN Industrial Development Organisation. The programme usually broadcasts from cities in the UK, but has also been set in the US and Australia.
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@kylesmiles (1916)
• United States
3 Jan 07
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I have reported you on this discussion too. I hope you get caught. How sad you gotta copy and paste.. you can't even form your own opinions, you gotta use someone else's!