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  • Let's build bridges between China and Europe 2018-11-09

    Landmark Chinese bridges, such as those in the ancient city of Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, better symbolize the current state of relationships between China and the EU and other trading partners.

  • Bring on board the digital 'left behinds' 2018-11-09

    Similar to Europe, free WiFi connections are also available in China.

  • CEOs share their views on China's digital future2018-11-09

    China Daily reporters interviewed top executives of well-known companies attending the Fifth World Internet Conference for their views on the prospects of China's internet sector and their key takeaways from this year's conference.

  • Innovation integrates security, intelligence leads the future 2018-11-09

    The rapidly evolving 5G telecom landscape, the emerging internet of things sphere, AI and robotics are driving China's innovation push. This special report takes stock of the key topics that dominated the Fifth World Internet Conference.

  • Fifth World Internet Conference to boost inclusive digitalization2018-11-08

    The Fifth World Internet Conference (WIC), also known as the Wuzhen Summit, kicked off Wednesday in the historical town of Wuzhen, in northern Zhejiang province.

  • Coding is not a magic bullet2018-11-08

    Robots will take over our jobs, all manual work will disappear, only the highly skilled will stand a chance in the employment market of the not-so-distant future. These are some of the dire warnings experts are issuing.

  • WIC should address benefits, challenges of the internet2017-12-05

    The fourth World Internet Conference opened Dec 3 in the ancient town of Wuzhen in Zhejiang, China. In this unassuming little ancient town, the past and future world meet together, history joins technology to fuse the present with the future.

  • Experts: Internet should unite, not divide, China, US2017-12-05

    China and the United States should take measures to ensure that the internet unites rather than divides the two countries and refrain from "arms race" in the cyberspace, according to scholars and experts attending a forum during the 4th World Internet Conference.

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