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China’s internet is profoundly different from the internet in the US, Korea or Japan, Kaiser Kuo explains to Thomas Crampton.
More than 80 percent of the internet users in China uses IM, preferably through Tencent’s QQ, much more than anywhere in the world. They still prefer BBS’s because it’s anonymous and the country is more video intensive than any other. Gaming is big and big-scale internet cafe’s provide 40 percent of the internet users an alternative for home-surfing.

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Kaiser Kuo is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. If you want him to share his insights, do get in touch.

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