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As a website for international
broadcasting, CRIEnglish.com has shouldered the task of extending
CRI's broadcasting coverage area to wherever the internet
can go. It provides four channels of online radio programs
and a large variety of news, feature stories and service information.
Since its launch in 1998, it had undergone several major
face-liftings with the aim of providing richer content and
better service. It has now grown into a comprehensive source
of multi-media information, including online audios, stories,
It has launched an online radio channel. Round the Clock
provides 24-hour streaming language program including latest
headline news and Chinese language classes to overseas listeners.
Also available online are another three home channels broadcasting
in Beijing, AM 846, FM 91.5 and FM 1008. And the Audio On
Demand section gives listeners a chance to listen repeatedly
to our programs and makes free transcripts online.
Besides the online radio, CRIEnglish.com expands its information
to better cover current affairs, culture, tourism, cities,
education, and economy in China.
At present, there are 14 distinctive sub-site channels. Updated
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the News Channel provides easy
access to a wide range of news and reports on any event doing
on in China and the world with four channel branches. The
Info Channel, Chinastic, aims to provide information services
that are convenient for living in China, such as weather,
transport, hotel, housing, dining, and recreation. The Culture
Channel is dedicated mainly to introducing Chinese culture
including arts, custom and lifestyle to the world. The Travel
Channel guides online visitors to tour China's famous tourist
attractions and provide travel information such as featured
promotions, itinerary recommendation, destination guides,
and travel tips to travelers from all over the world. The
Entertainment Channel strives to give audiences the latest
information, exclusive interviews and performances from the
hottest musicians and movie stars. The Picture Channel presents
various aspects and styles of China through photos about cities,
sights, people and wildlife. The online language teaching
channels, Learning Chinese and Learning English, will help
you learn Chinese language and English easily and quickly.
Also, the CRI Community is built for visitors to exchange
their view online. The Easy FM channel, portal of Easy Fm,
Just as its title indicates "Changes Are Inevitable
(CRI)", CRIEnglish.com is continuously adapting itself
to provide visitors with best possible service. Your comments
and suggestion are always welcome and of great help to us,
so don't hesitate contact us through E-mail email@example.com
or our online message board.
|Webcast is much more than a mere
update of the previous Audio Channel you could only listen to
CRI's English and music programs online. Now the news, reports
and features are sorted out and categorized for your interests
and convenience. And you can also find exclusive, first-hand
and multimedia stories about what's hot in Chinese people's
lives, with the special online column - Web Extra - for your
CRI Webcast has also launched three individual websites providing
localized around-the-clock online radio services in London,
the United Kingdom, Sydney, Australia and Washington, the
United States by July 2007. More such portals will be opened
around the world in the near future to bring a real-time China
right to your fingertips, no matter where you are.
To start a fantastic journey with us, click http://english.cri.cn/webcast/.
Any questions and suggestions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Being one of the most important departments
in CRIEnglish.com, the Current Affairs Channel is composed of
senior editors with vast work experience and an acute sense
of news, as well as talented and promising young editors recruited
from some of the most prestigious universities across China.
Some professional journalists from the United States and the
United Kingdom, and other nations whose mother tongue is English
work in the Current Affairs Channel as language consultants.
Our editorial policy is to introduce what's happening in
China and the world in an objective and balanced way and with
a simple broadcasting style.
We are also committed to the provision of comprehensive and
professional information services. Like most other professional
news organizations, the Current Affairs Channel operates 24
hours a day to ensure that major news events with domestic
and international impacts are constantly covered.
Keeping you updated about what's happening in China and the
world 24 hours a day. -
Working to bridge the cultural gap.
The biz news channel was originally
set up in 1998 as part of the general news channel. As business
is a dynamic field that reflects economic changes in China,
the Biz news editors have teamed up to contribute solely to
business and economic information from the start of 2005.
It covers daily macro economic policy news, finance, insurance,
banks, stock markets, real estate, and many other areas. The
team also produces features, audio news, and runs forums to
give more insight into China's exciting world of business.
|This is a small team. Only two young,
smart and cute girls and two boys, but we've done a great job.
We bring you informative sports stories from China and around
the world. We provide you with all the sports audios from
China Radio International. We give you a closer look at your
favorite sports stars.
When it comes to having fun with sport, nothing's impossible.
So log onto our website and enjoy the colorful world of sport.
On the pitch, on the court, on the track or at the pool:
All the latest sports news is here, on the Sports Channel
of CRI English.
| Can you feel it? There's a palpable
buzz in the air. China's changing, and if you haven't thought
about what that means before, chew on this. China's changing
on a scale and with a rapidity that is without parallel in human
history - and this change draws excitement-seekers or just those
with an innate curiosity like moths to a flame.
With local news translated directly from area morning papers;
information on the hottest shopping and dining spots; help with
choosing the "Big Two" that signify "making it"
in China; and just plain, good 'ol answering questions you pose
to us, we hope to give you a sense of being in China. We also
have probably the largest message board on the Net of native
Chinese posting in English.
So logon and get a feel for life in China.
|For modern China, a large geography
and long history mean multiple ethnicities and multi-culturalism.
The Culture Channel at CRI has its work cut out to cover such
a huge topic, but hopes to provide you with every essential
of Chinese culture, whether it be ancient or modern, established
or avant-garde. Culture News helps get you close to the latest
cultural events in China. Online articles, with some audio support,
are allocated according to theme into music, screen, stage,
art, people, life and literature. We hope they can all provide
you with a deeper understanding and appreciation of Chinese
China's first multi-media bilingual
showbiz channel, the Entertainment Channel strives to give
audiences the latest information, exclusive interviews and
performances from the hottest musicians and movie stars. The
brand-new Online Radio, with two online shows, 'Movie Boulevard'
and 'Music Non-stop,' offers you chances to chat with shining
stars along with CRI renowned hosts. Every minute we bring
you a step closer to the pulse of hot, pop and new music and
Click and join entertainment channel with our CRI DJs, anytime,
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Every week Travel Channel takes
you on a breathtaking tour of some of the most fascinating
tourist attractions in China. We offer the most useful tips
and information whilst also providing listeners with the opportunity
to share with us their own travel experiences and feelings.
To do that just send us e-mail at email@example.com Onboard
our travel express and we will take you on a breathtaking
tour to the most eye-catching tourist attractions in China.
We offer the most useful tips and information whilst also
providing listeners with the oppotunity to share with us their
own travel experiences and feelings.
To do that just log on www. crienglish.com/travel.
CRIEnglish.com travel channel, your guide to fascinating China!
This channel covers the cutting edge technology, popular science and the latest events in science and technology.
Are you an English fan? Do you want
to improve your English online? It's never been easier. Join
us, the Language Studio from China Radio International, as well
as many friends from around the world!
All you have to do is to log into CRI's Language Studio,
a free and fun resource site that will help improve your English.
A hodgepodge of drag-and-drop flash quizzes, weekly recommended
reads, horoscopes, online teaching programs, and more.
All these cool materials are right at your fingertip. Click
and listen to Special English, Music English, and Movie English
any time you want in our Language Studio.
Here you can also find a large community of language-learners
to share your experience and stories of learning English,
and interact with CRI language teaching staff.
CRI Language Studio, a great way to colorize your English!
Is your tongue twisted? Are tones
tricky? Are Chinese characters mission impossible to you? Not
necessarily. Learning Chinese can be fun and easy. We provide
foreigners a space to learn Chinese through news, jokes, games
Multilevel Chinese, your way of perfecting Chinese.
A bilingual forum where you can join
our discussion on a huge variety of topics and meet friends
from all over the world. No matter whether you are a sport fan
or a photography enthusiast, or you want to talk with CRI DJs,
you can find what you want right here.
Also an English forum Talk China for you to discuss politics, life, sports and anything about China.
We love to hear your ideas, comments, and suggestions, so
please do get in touch with us.
|CRIENGLISH.com is part of ENGLISH
WORLDWIDE at China Radio International. Working 24 hours a day,
7 days a week, it aims to provide latest news updates, round-the-clock
online radio and in-depth reports about China and the world
This is a young and energetic group of more than 50 members
dedicated to building one of China's most influential English
news portals. News editors, reporters, web designers, developers
and programmers work in perfect harmony as various small groups.
Paralleling our website framework, the whole department is
composed of three major sections: Newsroom and all the other
channels, Listener Liaison Team, both supported by the Technical