The Forum on Internet Communication, Cultural Exchanges and Mutual Learning, a sub-forum of the 2023 Wuzhen World Internet Summit, was held on Thursday in the ancient city of Wuzhen in Zhejiang province.
Sun Haiyan, vice minister of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China; Wang Jingtao, deputy director of the Cyberspace Administration of China and the Office of the Central Commission for Cyberspace Affairs; and Cai Xiujun, vice chairman of the Provincial Committee of the Zhejiang Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, delivered opening speeches at the event. Gao Anming, vice president and editor-in-chief of the China International Communications Group (CICG), presided over the forum.
More than 100 guests, including renowned scholars from both home and abroad, overseas Chinese and representatives of internet companies, attended the event. They jointly discussed how to seize the opportunities brought by digital technology, promote cultural exchanges and mutual learning among civilizations and common values of humanity under the guidance of the Global Civilization Initiative, to promote broad consensus in building a community with a shared future in cyberspace.
During the event, the launching ceremony of the “Regional Culture Communication Case Exhibition – My History of China” was held, and the 2023 Annual Report on the Chinese Cultural Symbols International Communication Index (CSIC) and the English version from the Dunhuang Digital Library in Mogao Grottoes Cave.
The forum was organized by CICG and co-organized by the China Internet Information Center, the Academy of Contemporary Chinese and World Studies under CICG, and Tencent.