China's largest cardigan-production base seeks to upgrade manufacturing and consolidate market share.
A full house of participants and 18 speakers, including officials, entrepreneurs and scholars to researchers and writers witnessed the Internet Culture Forum push China's internet a step forward with keynote speeches and in-depth panel discussions.
Internet-driven entertainment industry is about to witness a market boom, said the head of a Chinese video game and movie conglomerate.
As an increasing number of big Chinese internet companies are focusing on the overseas markets, APUS CEO Li Tao reminded us that learning each other's culture is important for internet companies to win recognition of target users.
The 3rd World Internet Conference was held at Wuzhen International Internet Exhibition & Convention Center from November 16 to18. The center nestles along the east bank of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. Designed by Wang Shu, a professor from China Academy of Art.
Strolling in Wuzhen's Nanzha, one will come across private museums displaying articles for daily life that local people used in older times.
It all started eight years ago, when 24-year-old Qian Huaili was reading "father of Japanese folk arts and craft" Sooetsu Yanagi's book Culture of Industrial Craft and Handicrafts. Qian was a sophomore studying industrial design at Zhejiang University of Science and Technology.
To tourists from around the world, Wuzhen is a place not only to enjoy the antiquities of the watertown but also to experience modern lifestyles shaped by the latest technologies.
Photos of the panel 1 of the 3rd World Internet Conference (WIC) Internet Culture Forum in the Wuzhen Internet International Conference and Exhibition Center on November 17.
Hosted by China's Ministry of Culture, and organized by China Daily Website and the China Arts and Entertainment Group, the 3rd World Internet Conference (WIC) Internet Culture Forum was held in the Wuzhen Internet International Conference and Exhibition Center on November 17.
On a rainy fall day, when the small water town of Shimen is filled with the sweet fragrance of Osmanthus flowers, it is exhilarating to take a walk in the quiet area, where famous writer, cartoonist and artist Feng Zikai once lived.
A photo taken on Nov 16 depicts a night view of Wuzhen, Zhejiang province. The third World Internet Conference is held at the ancient town from Nov 16 to 18.
The land and water of Wuzhen, a typical water town in the Yangtze River Delta, is known to be agriculturally abundant, boasting plentiful rice and fish. It is also a traditional center of silk production.
The third World Internet Conference is taking place in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, from Nov 16 to Nov 18. The conference will be composed of forums, an expo and a release event.
More than 1,000 volunteers are working at the third World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, which continues through Friday.
While the internet has transformed Wuzhen from a once tranquil water town to a magnet for technology tycoons, it has also helped to upgrade and transform the traditional industries in the city.
For thousands of years, Wuzhen has been home to many great talents in China.
An annual festival with a scenic backdrop hooks China's young people on theater.
Sitting quietly on the Yuanbao Lake inside Wuzhen's Xizha scenic area, the modern, wood-colored Mu Xin Art Museum blends surprisingly well with the generally touristy area in ancient Chinese style.
Photos taken on Nov 15, 2016 shows the night scenery of Xizha in Wuzhen, East China's Zhejiang province. The Third World Internet Conference (WIC) will be held in Wuzhen from Nov 16 to 18.
Wuzhen, a water town in South China's Zhejiang province, always attracts numerous visitors to its picturesque scenery and profound history and culture. Here, let's take a look at Wuzhen from painters' perspectives.
Piero Scaruffi, known for co-authoring A History of Silicon Valley: The Largest Creation of Wealth in the History of the Planet, shared his view of future media trends at a recent forum hosted by Sina News in Beijing. These are ten trends Scaruffi highlights in his 2017 The Future of Media Report.
With the completion of the newly built Wuzhen Internet International Convention Center, Wuzhen in Zhejiang province is ready for the Third World Internet Conference to taking place from Wednesday to Friday.
Wanda Cinemas, China's largest cinema chain, announced in Beijing on Monday its foray into the mobile device app space to better use its huge database.
Visitors can get a taste of China's chopstick culture－and take away pairs engraved with their names－in Zhejiang province's Wuzhen.
When visitors flock to the tourism hot spot Wuzhen and ask locals for their "best-kept secret", the answer they may hear is "Hongshancun", a leisure getaway about 20 minutes outside town.
The famous water town in Zhejiang province's Tongxiang city is best known for its western (Xizha) and eastern (Dongzha) areas that have been highly commercialized. But Nanzha largely retained it original feel.
The third World Internet Conference will be held in Wuzhen from Nov 16 to 18.
A series of photos of Wuzhen where the third World Internet Conference (WIC) is being held in this month.
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