Western Fenqing?

ChinaGeeks has a post responding to a piece by Bob Page of Mercury Brief, which in turn is responding to the widely-cited talk by Kaiser Kuo at the University of Nebraska called “Shouting Across the Chasm: Chinese and American Netizens Clash in Cyberspace.” Kuo’s talk can be watched here:

At the end of his post, C. Custer of ChinaGeeks poses a question, to which several commenters then respond:

Do you think it’s important for regular people in China and the West to understand each other? What more can we do to stem the tide of extremism and raise the volume and visibility of some of the more moderate, sensible dialogue that’s happening in both places but rarely heard about outside their borders?

November 5, 2009, 11:30 AM
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