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Zhou Jingnan
   2015-02-04 15:52:43    Beyond Beijing      Web Editor: Zhang Kun



Born and raised in a beautiful small town in east China's Zhejiang Province, Jingnan came to Beijing to pursue higher education in 2003 and graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University with an MA in British and American Literature.

Joining CRI in 2010, Jingnan gained experience as a news reporter and presenter covering a variety of events, including the 18th National Congress of Communist Party of China, the 12th Boao Forum for Asia in Hainan, the 8th China-ASEAN Expo in Guangxi, etc..

In 2011, Jingnan was appointed as the simultaneous translator for the ceremony celebrating the 70th anniversary of China Radio International in the Great Hall of People.

She was also the translator for Sarah Brown, wife of the former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown during Mrs. Brown's visit to the Shijingshan District.

Jingnan contributed to the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games by acting as translator and liaison-escort for the then General Secretary of the International Baseball Federation.

Jingnan's ultimate goal in life is to be a wise yet fun person. She believes her working for CRI is the right path to the realization of this goal.
 
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