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The internet of china in the world

  1. 1. The Internet of China in the world 20108003 Lu Yanan
  2. 2. Definition The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet protocol suite (often called TCP/IP, although not all applications use TCP) to serve billions of users worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of millions of private, public, academic, business, and government networks, of local to global scope, that are linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless and optical networking technologies. The Internet carries an extensive range of information resources and services.
  3. 3. Internet in China The internet in China is largely used for entertainment purposes foremost, being referred as the "entertainment superhighway", but also serves as the first public forum for Chinese citizens to freely exchange their ideals. The first connection of the mainland of the People's Republic of China with the Internet was established on 20 September 1987 between ICA Beijing and Karlsruhe University in Germany, under the leadership of Prof. Werner Zorn and Prof. Wang Yunfeng. Since then the Internet in China has grown to host the largest base of net users in the world. The first email attempt was successfully sent out on 14 September 1987 with the contents "Across the Great Wall, we can reach every corner in the world" ( 越 過 長 城 , 走 向 世 界 ). In the past decade, the Internet has emerged as a new cultural phenomenon in mainland China, much like in the West.
  4. 4. Development China had 538 million Internet users by the end of June 2012. It is projected that China's Internet population will hit 718 million by 2013, accounting for 52.7 percent of the total population. A majority of broadband subscribers are DSL, mostly from China Telecom and China Netcom. The price varies at different provinces, usually around US$10 – $20/month for a 1M DSL with unlimited downloads. As of June 2011, Chinese Internet users spent an average of 18.7 hours online per week, which would result in a total of about 472 billion hours spent online in 2011. By the end of 2009, the number of Chinese domestic websites grew to 3.23 million, with an annual increase rate of 12.3%, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. As of first half of 2010, the majority of the Web content is user-generated.
  5. 5. Search engines-Baidu The name "Baidu" is a quote from the last line of Xin Qiji's classical poem "Green Jade Table in The Lantern Festival" saying: "Having searched thousands of times in the crowd, suddenly turning back, She is there in the dimmest candlelight." Baidu offers several services to locate information, products and services using Chinese-language search terms, such as, search by Chinese phonetics, advanced search, snapshots, spell checker, stock quotes, news, knows, postbar, images, video and space information, and weather, train and flight schedules and other local information.
  6. 6. Content providers,Online communities,Online shopping,Online payment in China
  7. 7. Reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baidu http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_in_China http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet http://www.baidu.com/ http://image.baidu.com/i?tn=baiduimage&ct=201326592&cl=2&lm=-1&st=- 1&fm=result&fr=&sf=1&fmq=1352107670450_R&pv=&ic=0&nc=1&z=&se= 1&showtab=0&fb=0&width=&height=&face=0&istype=2&ie=utf-8&word= %E6%94%AF%E4%BB%98%E5%AE%9Dlogo
  8. 8. THANK YOU!

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