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Dialogue 2011-12-03 Neo-social criticism in cyber world

12-03-2011 21:00 BJT


China has more people online than any other country in the world. The rise of the internet happens to coincide with the rise of China. Will this process be peaceful enough to foster the modernization of both the society and the dynamic economy? Overseas articles accuse Chinese “Weibo” of spreading rumors. But critics argue that the government’s slow response and lack of transparency in the decision-making process should take the blame.

Dialogue 2011-12-03 Neo-social criticism in cyber world

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Host: Yang Rui

Yang Rui

Studio Guests:

Kaiser Kuo, Director of International Communications, Baidu

Ramond Zhou, Columnist of China Daily

Online Guest:

Norton Jiang, Founder of Do It English Club

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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