Xinjiang Church Holds Training for Reporters
By Grace Zhi, June 21, 2017 01:06 AM
On June 17, 2017, Mingde Church in Urumuqi, Xinjiang held a special training on writing and photography for reporters. More than 60 believers from 22 local churches attended.
A brother whose surname is Peng shared the definition and characteristics of news according to the WeChat account entitled "Jianghe Journal." They learned how to write through a question and answer session with the speaker, who encouraged the attendants to learn more and practice their writing skills. Another brother named Qian Ting explained how to frame a photograph, showing that color and shading are used to highlight the main subject and tell a story in a photograph that should have a clear theme.
The believers stated that they would study hard to make more people know local Christians and churches in Northwest China.
Translated by Karen Luo
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