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  • 1. THE 4th ASIA-PACIFIC SYMPOSIUM ON PRESS AND SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL PROGRESS Sci-Tech, Media & Major Crisis Management Programme Venue: Opening Ceremony: Beijing Friendship Hotel Address: Welcoming Reception & Symposium Banquet: Beijing Friendship Hotel Address: Memorandum of Social Activities: Nov. 18 (Thurs) 09:00-12:00 Opening Ceremony & Keynote Speeches 18:30-20:30 Welcoming Reception Nov.19 (Fri) 20:00-22:00 “Beijing Declaration” Seminar Nov. 20 (Sat) 18:30-20:30 Symposium Banquet Notes: 1. The Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speeches will be held at 聚英厅 , Beijing Friendship Hotel. Delegates’ admission by badge ONLY. 2. Timetable: Nov. 18 (Thurs) Main Seminar 09:00-10:00 Opening Ceremony 10:00-12:00 Plenary Session 12:00-13:00 Lunch 13:30-15:00 Plenary Session 15:00-15:15 Tea Break 15:15-17:30 Plenary Session 18:30-20:00 Welcoming Reception 13:30-17:00 Forum A 13:30-17:00 Forum B Nov. 19 (Fri) Main Seminar 08:30-10:20 Plenary Session 10:20-10:30 Tea Break 10:30-12:00 Plenary Session 12:00-13:30 Lunch 13:30-15:00 Plenary Session 1
  • 2. 15:00-15:15 Tea Break 15:15-17:30 Plenary Session 20:00-22:00 “Beijing Declaration” Seminar Nov. 20(Sat)08:30-12:00 Visiting program 13:00-17:50 Visiting program 09:00-17:00 Adopt “Beijing Declaration” 18:30-20:30 Symposium Banquet 3. Lunches will be offered by APSP2004. Delegates take lunch at by lunch tickets. Symposium Secretariat: Secretariat of APSP2004 Beijing Friendshipl, Room Tel: Ext. Programme for Presentation Nov. 18 (Thurs) 09:00-10:00 Opening Ceremony Beijing Friendship Hotel ( Hall) Chair: Zhang Yutai Vice President, Chief Executive Secretary of Secretariat, China Association for Science and Technology Boy Meyers President, National Press Foundation of US 1. Dr Zhou Guangzhao 10 mins’ address Chairman, APSP2004 President, China Association for Science and Technology 2. Other Leading Officials’ 8 mins’ address 3. Véronique Morin 2 mins’ address President of World Federation of Science Journalists 4. Wang Zhili 5 mins’ address Academician, Royal Society of Medicine of UK 5. Pallab Ghosh 2 mins’ address Chairman, the Association of British Science Writers 6. Manoj Patairiya 2 mins’ address Editor, the Indian Journal of Science Communication 7. Prakash Khanal 2 mins’ address General Secretary, the Science Writers Association of Nepal 8. Wadah A.A.Khanfar 2 mins’ address General Manager, Al Jazeera Channel, Qatar 9. Ellis Rubinstein President, New York Academy of Sciences 2
  • 3. “Early Coverage of SARS in the U.S.A ——Description of Different Media Strategies for Addressing a Major Crisis” (15mins) 10. Dr. Jiang Yan Secretary General of APSP 2004, Director, Science and Technology News Section, International News Department, Xinhua News Agency of China “The Trends and Managing Strategies of Major Crises in the 21th Century” (5 mins) 10:20-12:00 Plenary Session Chair: Pallab Ghosh BBC News,Chairman of The Association of British Science Writers Shui Junyi Journalist and anchorman of CCTV of China 1. Véronique Morin President of World Federation of Science Journalists “The World Federation of Science journalists: a Global network for Science journalists” (20 mins) 2. Wadah A.A.Khanfar General Manager, Al Jazeera Channel, Qatar (15 mins) 3. Qu Jiadong Vice President of General Manager of Lucent Worldwide Services China “Science and Technology change the World----Science, Technology and Major Crises” (25mins) 4. Lu Zhongwei President, China Institute of Contemporary International Relations “Non-Traditional Crisis Management in the Era of Globlization” (15mins) 5. Manoj Patairiya Editor, Indian Journal of Science Communication “Developing Science-Media Interface : Challenges and Prospects in Developing World” (15mins) 6. Shui Junyi Journalist and anchorman of CCTV of China “Journalists in Wars” (15mins) 12:00-13:30 Lunch 13:30-15:00 Plenary Session “Governmental management towards the major animal epidemic diseases”, held by the Ministry of Agriculture of China ” Chair: Martin Enserink Freelance science reporter, “Science” Wang Zhi Journalist and anchorman of CCTV of China 1. Jia Youling National Chief Veterinary Officer, Director General of Veterinary Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture, China (20 mins) 3
  • 4. 2. Scott Kronick Manager Director, Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide (15 mins) 3. Thomas Chesson Communication officer OIE Southeast Asia FMD Campaign “The Role of Public Awareness in the Control and Eradication of FMD and other Transboundary Diseases in Southeast Asia” (15 mins) 4. Wang Zhi Journalist and anchorman of CCTV of China “The dialogue between government and media” (15 mins) 5. Dr. Ronello Abila Veterinarian, OIE Southeast Asia FMD Campaign “Control of Foot and Mouth Disease in Southeast Asia” (15 mins) 15:00-15:15 Tea Break 15:15-17:30 Plenary Session Chair Dr. Ronello Abila Veterinarian, OIE Southeast Asia FMD Campaign Yang Hanchun Professor, China Agriculture University 1、Zeng Guang Chief Scientist of Epidemiology, China Center for Disease Control and Prevention “Reports on SARS Crisis” (15 mins) 2、Yu Kangzhen Principal & Researcher, Chinese Station of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine “The strategies to deal with major animal epidemic diseases in China” (15 mins) 3、Martin Enserink Freelance science reporter, “Science” “Outbreak! The dual role of science reporters during a public health crisis.” (15 mins) 4、Pallab Ghosh Journalist of BBC News, Chairman of The Association of British Science Writers “BSE, MMR, GM Crops: the UK experience of covering controversial science” (15 mins) 5、Cui Zhizhong Professor, Shandong Agricultural University of China “Responsibility of the Government,Scientists and Media in the Crisis of Animal Epidemics” (15 mins) 6、Liu Xiufan Professor, Yangzhou Agricutural University of China “Issures in the Control and Eradication of Major animal epidemic diseases in developing countries” (15 mins) 7、Li Zhongwen Director, He Bei Veterinary Bureau of China “To build a complete preventing system towards the major animal epidemic diseases” (15 mins) 4
  • 5. 8、Tang Fukun Director, China Animal Husbandry Bulletin “Professional media’s role in Major Crisis Management” (15 mins) 13:30-17:00 Forum A 13:30-17:00 Forum B 18:30-20:00 Welcoming Reception Beijing Friendship Hotel ( Hall) Chair: Dr. Jiang Yan, Secretary General of APSP2004 Director, Science and Technology News Section, International News Department, Xinhua News Agency of China Nov. 19 (Fri) 08:30-10:20 Plenary Session Urban Crisis Managment Chair: Pallab Ghosh Journalist, BBC News, Chairman of The Association of British Science Writers Xu Tao Journalist, Vice Director, Program Center of Science and Technology, Beijing TV Station 1. Jin Lei Administrative Vice Secretary-general, Committee for Disaster Reduction of Beijing; Disaster Reduction Counselor, the Expert Panal of People's Government of Beijing Municipality “Comprehensive Research and Program to Reduce City Crises in Beijing” (20mins) 2. Li Xigen Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism and Printing Arkansas State University “Media Frames and Functions in a Crisis Situation Involving National Interest: U.S. TV Networks and Major Newspapers’ Coverage of the 9/11 Tragedy” (15mins) 3. Xu Tao Journalist, Vice Director,Program Center of Science and Technology, Beijing TV “Social Responsibilities in the Crisis Reports” (15mins) 4. Wu Zhenghua Vice Director, Committee for Disaster Reduction of Beijing “Reflections on Building the Management System of Public Crises in Beijing” (15mins) 5. Li Kunyuan President, Seven Star International Holding RNC. Incorporation of US “Environment Protection and Major Crisis Management” (20mins) 6. Du Fulai Vice Director General & Senior Engineer, Beijing Seismological Bureau “An Introduction to the Beijing Crisis Shelters” (15mins) 10:20-10:30 Tea Break 10:30-12:00 Plenary Session Chair: Naren Chitty Professor, Director of the Macquarie University Centre for International Communication of Australia 5
  • 6. Tang Shukun Deputy Director, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Science and Technology of China 1. Khaled Hroub Writer, University of Cambridge of UK “The Emergence of Middle Eastern Geo-Media” (10mins) 2. leader from Pfizer Principal, China District of Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Limited. 3. Xu Deshi Director-general, Department of Seismological Crises Response and Rescure, China Seismological Bureau “Enhancing the Urban Disaster Emergency Response Abilities” (10mins) 4. Prakash Khanal Journalist, General Secretary of the Science Writers Association of Nepal “Human Dimensions of Science Communication” (10mins) 5. Abbas Kdaimy Freelance, Iraq 6. Cho, Sung Kyum Professor, Department of Communications, College of Social Sciences, Chungnam National University of South Korea “Effect of Mass Media and the Public Perception of Biotechnology in Korea” (10mins) 7. Bob Meyers President, National Press Foundation “Finding A Common Language For Journalists And Scientists” (10mins) 12:00-13:30 Lunch 13:30-15:45 Plenary Session Chair: Véronique Morin Journalist, President of World Federation of Science Journalists Lu Yongzheng Director, the centre for volunteers' activities, Central Committee of the Communist Youth League of China 1. Discussion about Young Volunteers, leaders from Communist Youth League of China (60mins) 2. Naren Chitty Director, the Macquarie University Centre for International Communication of Australia “A Framework for Sci-Tech, Media Development and Underlying Values of Mankind in the Context of Globalisation” (15mins) 3. Min Dahong Director, Internet and Digital Department, Journalism and Communication Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 6
  • 7. “The Performances of Internet in the China's SARS Crisis” (15mins) 4. Zhu Jianghua Professor, City University of Hong Kong of China “From Population Flow to Information Flow across Provincial Borders in China: A Network Analysis” (15mins) 5. Toss Gascoigne Director, Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences “The Great Barrier Reef in Australia: a crisis for Government, the media and research organisations” (15mins) 6. Ma Xiaolin Editor-in-chief, Globe Biweekly, Xinhua News Agency of China “The Press and its Proper Position to Face Crises” (15mins) 15:45-16:00 Tea Break 16:00-18:00 Plenary Session Chair: Khaled Hroub Writer, University of Cambridge of UK Li Xiguang Academic Dean, School of Journalism and Communications, Tsinghua University 1. Tang Shukun Deputy Director, School of Humanities and Social Science, University of Science and Technology of China “Crisis communication: a research outline of a new study field” (20 mins) 2. Noshir Contractor Professor, University of Illinois USA “Designing and Studying Socio-Technical Emergency Response Networks” (15mins) 3. Li Xiguang Academic Dean, School of Journalism and Communications, Tsinghua University “Government Information Management in time of Public Health Panic---Based on the case of "AIDS needle pricking" in Tianjin ” (15mins) 4. Ding Boquan Ex-Dean, Journalism School, Nanjing University “Contradiction and Harmony between Public Opinion Control and Information Release” (15mins) 5. Sun Xupei Visiting Professor, Huazhong University of Science and Technology “Viewing the information publication on emergencies” (15mins) 6. Jiang Hong Dean , Media and Design School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University “The Benign Interaction among Government, Media and the Public in Social Crises” (15mins) 7. Guo Qin Professor, Macquarie University Centre for International Communication of Australia “Crisis Communication Strategy ” (15mins) Nov. 20(Sat)08:30-12:00 Visiting program 13:00-17:50 Visiting program 7
  • 8. 9:00-17:00 Adopt “Beijing Declaration” 18:30-20:30 Symposium Banquet “Beijing Declaration” Validation 8