BEIJING, Jan. 21 (Xinhua) -- China's Xinhua News Agency on Tuesday inaugurated a large-scale, multi-media and bilingual reporting project on this year's annual meetings of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Titled "Eyes on Davos," the coverage focuses on current global issues and the profound impact of the wave of changes worldwide, and demonstrates China's interaction with the whole world.
The project consists of six sections: "Forum in Action," "Clash of Wisdom," "Focus on China," "Brainy Quotes," "Travel Info" and "Game Zone."
To stay up to date with the latest news of the forum, scheduled for Wednesday to Sunday in Davos, Switzerland, Internet users can follow the Xinhua coverage at www.xinhuatone.com/zt/dws/en/sy/index.html, or click links at www.xinhuanet.com, www.sina.com.cn, www.sohu.com or other main news portals in China.
Smart-phone users can download XinhuaInternational, a Xinhua news app, at http://220.127.116.11/xhnew/down.html to browse relevant contents of the project.
The WEF, based in Geneva, is an international non-governmental organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging leaders in partnerships to shape global, regional and industrial agendas.
The event is also known as the "Davos Forum" as its annual winter meetings are held in the ski resort of Davos.
Due to its increasing global influence, the forum has been hailed as a "top-level non-governmental global economic forum," in which international political and business leaders, as well as leaders of civil and social organizations, can exchange views on worldwide economic issues.
China has kept close engagement with the WEF and has sent delegations to the forum's annual meetings since 1979. In June 2006, the forum opened its regional office in Beijing.