Friday, September 28, 2007

China's best young minds at the front of a new world
BEIJING — The Internet's greatest societal contribution is not convenience, and may not be as an incubator for innovation. The Internet has begun to do what no political system or revolution has managed: The World Wide Web has drawn out the commonalities of a generation and created a space for the exchange of ideas across boarders.

This new global society is evident at Peking University, where the students' soaring confidence and answers to questions were nearly indistinguishable from their American counterparts.


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