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密歇根州立大学传播艺术与科学学院院长—大卫-普拉布如何看待一带一路

The College of Communication Arts andSciences at Michigan State University—Dean Prabu David

One Belt, One Road is China’s ambitiousplan to invest in public works projects in countries across Asia and elsewhereto create a new global economy. At its core it is an experiment modeled afterChina’s success. China has demonstrated that government investment in massivepublic works projects can pay rich dividends. Can similar public works projectsin other countries spur economic growth as they have in China? We are about tosee as One Belt, One Road begins to unfold.


Last week, after visiting five cities andsix universities in China, the increasing emphasis on globalization in Chineseuniversities became apparent. And this is likely to have more impact than thestunning skylines and cranes that shape the urban horizons. During this visit,I noticed a sharp increase in international students. China’s goal of creatinga connected world by rebuilding the Silk Road includes the creation ofinternational universities that facilitate knowledge creation and translation.


The College of Communication Arts andSciences, the first college of communication in the United States, has signedan agreement with the Communication University of China in Beijing, China’slargest communication program, to explore opportunities for communicationresearch and instruction. An exciting new possibility is a master’s degree inStrategic Communication with courses from both MSU and CUC. This is only thebeginning. Such collaborations between China and the United States, two of theworld’s most advanced economies, are essential to create robust intellectualexchange and advance knowledge around the world.

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