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At the opening of the second WIC, China made sure its voice was heard: Every country has the right to create its own Internet governance model, and the cyber sovereignty of all nations should be respected.
Over two decades after the world's most populous country gained access to the Internet, China has been fundamentally and irreversibly changed, but not in the way some Western critics expected.
The comment made by President Xi at the 2nd WIC that the international community should respect the "Internet sovereignty" of individual countries were echoed by researchers and business leaders.
This conference is the perfect platform to portray the virtue of ancient China coupled with President Xi's design for the future of the global Internet community.
The opening of the Second World Internet Conference on Wednesday in China's Wuzhen is a boon to nations worldwide threatened by the Law of Jungle.
President Xi Jinping's picture, taken last September in Seattle, with some of the most influential Chinese and American Internet tycoons is an inspiration to entrepreneurs, particularly those seeking to launch ventures in China.
The Second World Internet Conference (WIC) will be held in the river town of Wuzhen in East China's Zhejiang province on Dec 16-18.
Two days before the Second World Internet Conference held in Wuzhen, Senior Vice President of East West Institute Bruce McConnell had an important message for both the US and China.
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