My China Story International Short Video Competition opens
British vlogger Stuart Wiggin shares his short video creation experience in China. [Photo/cipg.org.cn]
The 4th My China Story Short Video Competition was launched in Beijing on April 26. Over 70 awards and over 200,000 yuan ($30,380) in prize money are up for grabs at the competition.
Gao Anming, vice-president and editor-in-chief of the China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration, delivered a speech on the competition's development and prospect during the launch event.
He said that the competition's organizers are looking forward to working with global short video creators in telling stories about China and the Asian Games.
Jack Klumpp, host of the English show of My China Story competitions, shares his short video creation experience in China. [Photo/cipg.org.cn]
Huang Haifeng, director of the publicity department of Hangzhou, said he hopes the competition will promote Hangzhou's new image to the world.
He encouraged short video creators to focus on the Games, which he described will be a "splendid event with Chinese characteristics, Zhejiang style, and Hangzhou feel."
The My China Story competition was first held in 2019 to showcase stories about China by foreigners. The previous editions attracted over 800,000 entries from over 50 countries. Over 100,000 creator teams have submitted works in about 20 languages.