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In China four out of five users have written their own blog, compared to only 32% in the USA

In China four out of five users have written their own blog, compared to only 32% in the USA

October 11, 2010

People in China and the Middle East are the busiest and most enthusiastic internet users, a study of the world’s online habits has revealed. The […]Read More

Major Chinese Social Networks Renren and Kaixin to be combined

Major Chinese Social Networks Renren and Kaixin to be combined

October 6, 2010

Chinese social networking sites operator Oak Pacific Interactive has announced that it will gradually integrate its two social networking sites, Renren.com and Kaixin.com. Renren.com is […]Read More

China, the biggest opportunity of our times, requires a local approach that is driven by social media

China, the biggest opportunity of our times, requires a local approach that is driven by social media

September 20, 2010

China Travel Distribution Summit in Beijing brings together the leaders in travel distribution and marketing While three flight hours south in Macau, the Pacific Asia […]Read More

Over 750 Million Internet Users by 2015

Over 750 Million Internet Users by 2015

September 9, 2010

SHANGHAI – Internet users in China, which currently has the largest population globally, is projected to exceed 750 million by 2015 as more urban and […]Read More

First Social Network Credit Card in China

First Social Network Credit Card in China

August 20, 2010

In China, if you spend US$184 on your credit card you can now get a virtual dragon. For US$147, you get a virtual horse. In […]Read More

Internet Differences in China, Japan, South Korea, and Australia

Internet Differences in China, Japan, South Korea, and Australia

August 14, 2010

According to foreign media reports, the U.S. market research company Nielsen released a report released on Friday said the past year, the use of social […]Read More

Social media is the new mainstream in China

Social media is the new mainstream in China

August 8, 2010

The report found that one in every four social media users in what they call ‘initiators’ — influential usrs that regularly start conversation, create content […]Read More

China: Social media as political subversion tool

China: Social media as political subversion tool

July 29, 2010

This past month has been an interesting one in the cat-and-mouse game between Chinese Internet censorship and its non-conformists. Microblogs in the People’s Republic had […]Read More

The issue with Micro-blogs in China

The issue with Micro-blogs in China

July 22, 2010

Microblogs on radar of official scrutiny The genie is out of the bottle and he’s not going back. I refer, of course, to microblogging and […]Read More

How will China's tech-savvy, post-90s generation shape the nation?

How will China's tech-savvy, post-90s generation shape the nation?

July 21, 2010

STORY HIGHLIGHTS Tech-savvy youth of China have become an increasingly studied demographic Called post-90s generation with no memory of China’s tumultuous recent past They are […]Read More

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