Students hold the future of cyberculture in their hands
Internet Dreams of Chinese and American College Students
Last December, when Lu Wei, director of the Cyberspace Administration of China, attended the 7th
US-China Internet Industry Forum in Washington, he extended an invitation to college students in the US to come to China.
They accepted, and on Wednesday, about400college students from the US and China Forum on Internet Communication.
The organizers, including the Cyberspace Administration of China and the All-China Youth Federation, hope that college students from both countries make a joint attended Culture the and contribution to Internet cooperation between the two countries.
RenXianliang, deputy minister of the Cyberspace Administration of China, said he hoped that students post and spread positive messages, ratherthanbeinvolved in verbal violence or hacker attacks.
I believe the digital silk road is the road of the future. China and the EU should cooperate in Internet focusing on specialization. China is the largest and the fastest-growing market in the world, and the EU has a market of 500 million people. Of course, there should be concrete ideas to implement the plans. I think a cyber silk road treaty should be in place. We should analyze each other’s regulations to discuss future policy.
Luigi Gambardella, presidentofChinaEU
There are challenges in building a digital silk road. People are increasingly using the Internet and the trend brings new challenges in sovereignty, security and development interests. Building a digital silk road for win-win cooperation is not the responsibility of one single country. It is the responsibility of every person that uses cyberspace.
Ma Li, chairwomanofChinaInternetDevelopment Foundation