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Scott Talan
   2014-10-10 17:37:58    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Yangyang

Scott Talan
Assistant Professor, School of Communication, American University

"Consideration of each other's cultural and social background is needed in mutual media coverage to facilitate better ties. China and the United States share common things more than previously thought. The role of the media in political and international affairs needs to be examined at a time when the human society is under profound change If we write great stories, we need to remember to clearly communicate as the receiver of messages to interpret the message as it will. This means it is not what we say, it is what they hear. I think you need to emphasize those from the other culture in hope of understanding their own views and perspectives."

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