My China tells foreign experts’ stories
By Feng Hui (en.safea.gov.cn)
Co-produced by CCTV and the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, the TV show My China will be broadcast on CCTV-NEWS. Five episodes in its first season will tell different stories about foreign experts’ life in China.
Episode 1 Broadcast time: Jan 17, Sunday 10:30-11:00 The story of Edwin Maher, from New Zealand, an anchorman of CCTV NEWS
Episode 2 Broadcast time: Jan 24, Sunday 10:30-11:00 The story of Bruno Paumard, from France, a wine maker
Episode 3: Broadcast time: Jan 31, Sunday 10:30-11:00 The story of Peter Grabau, from Denmark, a mechanical engineer
Episode 4 Broadcast time: Feb 14, Sunday 10:30-11:00 The story of Yaacov Ben-David, from Canada, a pharmacologist
Episode 5 Broadcast time: Feb 21, Sunday 10:30-11:00 The story of Majdi Al Hmah, from Syria, a manager
Introduction of the TV show
My China Offering a unique perspective on life in China today, My China is a weekly programme produced by CCTV International. Broadcast every Saturday on CCTV-News, each 30-minute edition introduces an expatriate who has made their home in China. In My China, these foreign residents paint a picture of their life in the country, colouring their story with anecdotes about their experiences and introducing their family, friends and colleagues. My China presents an insider’s view on the rewards and frustrations of making a second home in culturally-rich, fast-changing China.
What we do
SAFEA is responsible for certifying foreign experts to work in the Chinese mainland and organizing overseas training for Chinese technical and managerial professionals.