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China-Australia media cooperation to increase cultural understanding

(Xinhua) Updated: 2016-05-27 14:43

SYDNEY - Myths will be dispelled and cross-cultural understanding is set to grow as China-Australia media cooperation increases following the signing of six agreements in Sydney on Friday.

Highlighting the signing ceremony, China's Xinhua News Agency Vice Editor-in-Chief Zhou Zongmin and Director of the Australia-China Relations Institute Bob Carr signed a Memorandum of Understanding enabling greater information exchange.

"Australia has to get used to China," Carr, the former Australian foreign minister, told Xinhua after the signing ceremony in Sydney.

Over the past decade, China-Australia relationship has progressed to areas not seen before, indicating both peoples are engaging on more sophisticated levels, creating a deeper harmonious relationship.

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