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Författare: Peter Kruse.

Sieben Jahre in Shanghai als Pastor und Therapeut, als Entsandter der EKD und Project Manager im Bereich HR der AHK (Außenhandelskammer) und als Berater, Coach und Familientherapeut bei Bosch China. Eine besondere und außergewöhnliche Lebenssituation für alle Deutschsprachigen und Ausländer in dieser quirligen und beeindruckenden Stadt. Predigten bekamen hier einen besonderen "Touch", wurden zur Vergewisserung seiner selbst, zur Anregung und zum Therapeutikum. Eine Auswahl sehr unterschiedlicher Anlässe.

CRI states that it „endeavours to promote favourable relations between the PRC and the world“ but upholds the PRC’s official policies, including on controversial issues such as the political status of Taiwan and the Dalai Lama. China Radio International have been merged to create the China Media Group after the first session of the 13th National People’s Congress in March 2018. Radio was first introduced in China in the 1920s and 1930s. However, few households had radio receivers. A few cities had commercial stations. Most usage of radio was for political purpose, frequently on a local area level. The Chinese Communist Party first used radio in Yanan Shaanxi Province in March 1940 with a transmitter imported from Moscow.

The English service started on September 11, 1947, transmitting as XNCR from a cave in Shahe in the Taihang Mountains, when China was in the midst of a civil war, to announce newly conquered areas and broadcast a Chinese political and cultural perspective to the world at large. There are also numerous AM and FM relays. Shortwave broadcasts in English are targeted at North America, South America the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Asia and the South Pacific. At the beginning of 1984, it started to broadcast home service to the Beijing area on AM and FM frequencies. The service later expanded to dozens of major cities across the PRC, providing listeners inside the PRC with timely news and reports, music, weather, English and Chinese learning skills, as well as other services. Its aim is to make CRI News Radio a first-class national news radio brand and its slogans are ‚First News, News First‘, ‚On-the-Spot China, Live World‘ etc.

This broadcast was originally targeted at London in the United Kingdom. In 2006, they removed the „London“ reference, which was part of the introduction as „Ni hao London. Most of these programmes are not typical of the broadcast during the other parts of the year. The analogy is similar to Christmas music broadcasts in the United States. In July 2006, CRI launched a new radio station called CRI Olympic Radio at 900 AM in Beijing. This special broadcast was done in Mandarin, Korean, English, Russian, French, Spanish, Arabic, Japanese and German 24 hours a day.