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President Ding Attends Forum on Building up China’s Cultural Strength 2024

May 28, 2024

From May 23th to 24th, the Forum on Building up China’s Cultural Strength 2024 was held in Shenzhen, Guangdong. The forum is hosted by the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee under the theme "Chinese Modernization and the New Cultural Mission". USST president Ding Xiaodong, invited by the forum, delivered a speech at the sub-forum on publishing talents development in the digital era.
Ding Xiaodong delivered a speech with a theme titled “Consideration and Exploration of Talents Cultivation in Interdisciplinary Publishing Talents Cultivation”. He said that higher education is correlated with cultivation of printing talents, and a driver for building a nation of publishing strength, cultural strength. Facing the integrated publishing in the intelligent era, universities are required to improve interdisciplinary capabilities in publishing talents cultivation. He pointed out that to meet needs of specialized publishing institutions, the publishing needs in the intelligent era, and the publishing development targeting publishing engineering and publishing strategy, a concept of large-scale publishing should be formed. Adhere to the path of integrated development, we need to strengthen the integration of disciplines, pay attention to the integration of science and education, industry and education, and the integrated development of technology, education, and talent. By technological means, we should leverage the advantages of science and engineering, start with "intelligence" and promote technological innovation in the four key areas or links of publishing. By relying on the "Modern Publishing and Printing Experimental Teaching Center" and the "Cultural and Creative Industry College" that is jointly built with enterprises, we can cultivate compound talents who can make use of intelligent technology to promote the development of new publishing productive forces.

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