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China Internet Conference, May 30-31

Dear alumni,


PUAASC has learned the following event from our alumnus Jack Linchuan Qiu, and

would like to share it with all of you. Please send your response directly to

Jack at lqiu@usc.edu.


Best regards,





LOS ANGELES, MAY 30-31, 2003



Dear alumni,


Probably you have heard about this conference we are

organizing entitled "China and the Internet:

Technology, Economy, and Society in Transition," to be

held on May 30-31, 2003, at the University of Southern



I thought many of you might be interested because PKU

School of Journalism and Communication is a

co-organizer of the event, and that this is the

first-ever conference in the U.S. dedicated to

discussing the social, economic, and institutional

aspects of Internet developments in China.


In the two information-packed days, we will bring

together about 40 presenters and keynote speakers

including leading academics, policy analysts, IT

entrepreneurs, and legal practitioners from around the

world. Together we will explore a great variety of

issues ranging from Internet regulation and

e-government to e-commerce and grassroots virtual



The conference is jointly organized by:

-- USC Annenberg School for Communication (Los

Angeles, USA),

-- Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University (New

York, USA),

-- UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism

(Berkeley, USA),

-- School of Journalism and Comm., Peking University

(Beijing, China), and,

-- Stanhope Centre for Communication Policy Research

(London, UK).


Co-sponsors of the conference include:

-- Lohan Media,

-- The Markle Foundation,

-- RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy,

-- UCLA Center for Communication Policy,

-- Online Journalism Review, USC Annenberg,

-- Quello Center for Telecom Management & Law,

Michigan State University,

-- Master of Comm. in Digital Media Program at

University of Washington, and,

-- School of Comm. & Information, Nanyang

Technological University (Singapore)


For more information including the preliminary

conference program, please visit our website at

http://annenberg.usc.edu/chinaThe registration form

is available in PDF at



General admission is $180 (including 2 breakfasts, 2

lunches, coffee breaks, and conference proceedings)

and $120 for students. If you could register before

April 15, you will receive a $20 early registration

discount on general admission and $10 discount on

student admission.


Please feel free to spread the word and contact either

Wang Yihan (yihanwan@usc.edu) or me if you have any



Thank you,


Jack Linchuan Qiu


China Internet Conference Coordinator

USC Annenberg School for Communication

Tel: 1 (626) 757-9400

Fax: 1 (213) 821-2984

Email: lqiu@usc.edu

URL: http://annenberg.usc.edu/china