An opportunity for more effective dialogue with each other

  • 2014-12-05

    Chinese tale sheds light on distrust

    Attending a China-US Internet industry forum in Washington early this week, Lu Wei, the head of China's State Internet Information Office, told a Chinese tale that dates back to 239 BC.It is a great tale to remind people that the deep strategic distrust between China and the United States is largely self-fulfilling.

  • 2014-12-04

    China, US re-connect on cyber talk

    Lu Wei, minister of State Internet Information Office, delivers his keynote speech on Tuesday morning at the 7th China US Internet Industry Forum being held at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington.

  • 2014-12-02

    About the U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum

    With the overall theme of Conversation and Cooperation, the forum focused on issues such as big data, cloud service, Internet access, Internet governance and economic development and social benefit. And this is the seventh between the two countries.

  • 2014-12-02

    The 7th U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum kicks off in Washington. D.C.

    Jointly hosted by Internet Society of China and Microsoft, the 7th U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum (UCIIF) was held in Washington, United States on December 2, 2014.

  • 2014-12-05

    US, China reconnect at Internet talks

    The China-US working group on cybersecurity remains suspended following the decision by the United States in May to indict five People's Liberation Army officers for cyberespionage.

  • 2014-12-03

    7th China U.S. Internet Industry Forum opens in Washington

    The China-U.S. relation on the Internet issue is now an important component of the new model of major power relationship between the two countries and decides the future of both countries to a great extent, Lu Wei, minister of the Cyberspace Administration of China, told delegates of the conference.

  • 2014-12-02

    Chinese netizens expect two countries’ fruitful communcation

    A netizen quotes what Lu Wei said: “We don’t worry about difference of opinion in Internet fields between China and the U.S., instead, we fear that there is no communication. So this visit to the U.S. is aimed at strengthening communication with the U.S. side.”

  • 2014-12-02

    The 7th U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum paid close attention to by American media

    Rogier Creemers, a research scholar at Oxford, remarks:” Lu Wei was the right man, at the right position, at the right moment.” Rogier owes Lu’s competence to that “he understands the Internet and social media as well as its international expansion.”

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