China now has the largest Internet users in all countries in the world — 420 million people. (translator): This is the statistics for June 2010. Some recent statistics show that the figure is as high as 485 million. According to China (Translator: according to the Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released in July 19, 2011 "the twenty-eighth Chinese Internet development statistics report" Chinese now in all countries around the world have the largest Internet users — 420 million people. (translator): This is the statistics for June 2010. Some recent statistics show that the figure is as high as 485 million. According to China (Translator: according to the Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released in July 19, 2011 "the twenty-eighth Chinese Internet development statistics report", as of the end of June 2011, Chinese users reached 485 million, Internet penetration rate rose to 36.2%; for the 318 million mobile phone users, mobile phone users in the proportion of overall Internet users reached 65.5%. The report shows that in the first half of 2011, the number of Chinese micro-blog users increased from 63 million 110 thousand to 195 million, an increase of 208.9% in the six months, and the utilization rate of Internet users increased from 13.8% to 40.2%. There are 1 billion 300 million people in China, which means that only 32% of people use the Internet, a rate lower than that of the United States and Japan (respectively, 77% and 78% respectively).
of course, with the rapid increase in China network activity, the Asian power represents an enormous digital market, even if it has a so-called "national Chinese firewall" (Great Firewall of China) – it makes to completely international digital technology and business input to the ecosystem of Chinese becomes difficult (or impossible).
China strict network control, has been unable to have a significant impact on American business, although Chinese network users have begun to enjoy the use of social networks, micro blogs, games and other services.
(Twitter) has been blocked in China since 2009. For example, however, it does not prevent Chinese companies from using micro blogging platforms like Twitter in china. The "micro-blog" web site ("micro blog") has made leaps and bounds in China over the past few years, especially since the two companies have taken over the market: Tencent and sina.
of course, which company is winning China’s "micro-blog race" (Weibo)’s favor remains to be seen. According to the service concept of global Chinese stock investors English website iChinaStock.com reports, the reason is that the Tencent has been integrated with similar to AIM (AmericanOnline Instant Messager, America online instant messaging software), Myspace (Myspace.com), Facebook (Facebook) and Twi>