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China to foster healthy cyberculture


10:39, January 06, 2012

BEIJING, Jan. 5 (Xinhua) -- China will continue to manage the Internet in accordance with relevant laws in 2012, according to a statement from a national meeting that sets the annual agenda for China's international communication.

China will use the Internet positively, develop it scientifically and strive to foster a "healthy and upward" cyberculture, it reads.

The two-day meeting was attended by leading officials in charge of international communication from provincial-level administrations, organs of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and the central government, as well as officials from leading news organizations.

At the meeting, Wang Chen, deputy head of the publicity department of the CPC Central Committee, pushed for greater efforts to spread China's voice and project a positive image of China worldwide.

Efforts would be made to promote China's basic national condition, values and development pattern, as well as its internal and foreign policies, according to the meeting.

As the country looks to promote its soft power, it will cultivate world-class media organizations and encourage media organizations to strengthen exchanges and cooperation with their foreign counterparts, according to the statement.

Greater efforts will be made to train more professionals in the field of international communication, it says.


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