International Communications Essay
Social Media Communication Behaviors in China
In January 2011, Fast Company published an article that focused on the social media revolution in China. It depicts the Chinese social networks currently exploding in the country, which rival competitors like Facebook and Twitter, both illegal in China. The newer upstarts are causing a surge among the young generation, by facilitating communication and open expression previously thought to be extinct in the Communist country. But the most astonishing information is statistics found by Netpop Research in San Francisco pertaining to Chinese online behaviors. “Chinese Internet users are twice as conversational as American users; in other words, …show more content…
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