22/02/2021

Science Communication Training #4: Online Communication to International Audience


  • START DATE
    01/04/2021 - 16:00
  • EVENT TYPE
    Training
  • LOCATION
    China, Beijing
  • END DATE
    01/04/2021 - 18:00
  • ORGANISER
    EURAXESS China

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See the video recording of the training here: 

See the presentation slides here:

Presentation by Anna Facchinetti and Halldor Berg (121.13 MB)

 

 

This will be the fourth training of a series of five, organised by EURAXESS China on different aspects of Science Communication. See information about the whole series here: [English | 中文] and watch the introductory video:

How to communicate to partners and audience abroad? In this presentation we will introduce how we can take different etiquettes and customs into account when applying our communication skills to people outside of China. We will show how to approach new partners starting with how to engage with individuals though email, talking about how to have online meetings and ending with how to talk to large group of peoples using new media.

The language of the training will be English.

TRAINERS:

Halldor Berg

Halldor Berg is Country Representative of EURAXESS China. With a Masters Degree in International Relations from Peking University and a post-graduate diploma in the same field from the University of Iceland, Halldor worked previously for the Icelandic Foreign Service. Working in the Icelandic embassies in Beijing, Brussels and Copenhagen, he built an expertise in EU-China relations and S&T Diplomacy. Halldor has worked for EURAXESS China since 2015.

 

 

 

Anna Facchinetti

Anna Facchinetti is Country Representative of EURAXESS China since January 2020. Previously, she had worked as Executive Director and earlier as Programme Manager for the Galileo Galilei Italian Institute in Chongqing since 2015; she was also Junior Researcher the European Institute for Asian Studies in Brussels.

She holds a Masters in Chinese studies from the University of Zhejiang, a Masters in International Relations from the University of Turin and a BA in East Asia Cultures and Languages from the Ca 'Foscari University of Venice.