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China Sees 60m Bloggers

According to cnet:

China is the world’s second-largest Internet market after the United States with more than 110 million users. A survey by Chinese search engine Baidu.com put the current number of blog, or Web log, sites at 36.82 million which are kept by 16 million people, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday.

The number of Chinese bloggers is expected to hit 60 million by the end of this year, Xinhua said, quoting a report on China’s media industry by the prestigious Tsinghua University.

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  1. By China Law Blog on May 8th, 2006 at 6:46 am

    Are you aware of anyone ever having done any sort of statistical breakdown of Chinese blogs? I am not. Someone ought to do a representative sample. I think it would show that many of the blogs are 1) essentially dead, 2) nothing more than personal ramblings, and 3) really nothing more than ad pages. I am curious how many “real” blogs there are and how quickly that number is growing. Does anyone know?

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