China News Service, Changsha, July 19 (Reporter Han Hui) Guided by the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese and hosted by the Hunan Provincial Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, the 2022 overseas Chinese media Hunan interview tour of "Chasing Dreams of China, Happy Hunan" was officially launched in Changsha on the evening of the 18th.

Representatives of overseas Chinese-language media from 9 countries and regions including Germany, Egypt, Canada, Venezuela, and Malaysia, as well as some overseas Chinese-related central media, participated in the event.

  During the 6-day period, the overseas Chinese media interview group will go to Changde, Yiyang, Zhangjiajie, and Xiangxi to conduct on-the-spot interviews, learn about the economic and social development of Hunan, experience the unique Hunan culture and charming Hunan style, and promote it to the world Hunan.

  Sun Minsheng, Secretary of the Party Group and Vice Chairman of the Hunan Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, said in his speech that Hunan has always been world-renowned as a red hot spot and the hometown of great people.

Sun Minsheng hoped that the overseas Chinese media interview group could tell the story of Hunan to overseas Chinese at home and abroad, and to other countries in the world, through unique brushstrokes and lenses, to tell the story of the development of a modernized new Hunan, to enhance people-to-people bonds, and to show the good vision of the United States and the United States.

  "There are many Hunan blind dates living in Germany. They are hardworking and always concerned about the development of their hometown." Liu Guijiang, member of the interview group and editor-in-chief of "German Overseas Chinese News" told reporters that this is the second time he has participated in the event in Hunan. Overseas Chinese media visit and exchange activities.

Liu Guijiang said that on this trip, he wrote down what he heard, watched, and felt, and shared with overseas Chinese about the profound changes in his hometown through the German Overseas Chinese News and its media platform.