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China has The World’s Largest Online Population

China has come online extremely quickly in recent years. Today, one in five Internet users are Chinese — that’s half a billion people. And while growth has evened out since 2007, it shows no sign of stopping. Chinese Internet users spend about the same amount of time online as their U.S. counterparts, but their habits differ

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China has come online extremely quickly in recent years. Today, one in five Internet users are Chinese — that’s half a billion people. And while growth has evened out since 2007, it shows no sign of stopping. Chinese Internet users spend about the same amount of time online as their U.S. counterparts, but their habits differ

Graphic from http://www.statista.com

China: The World’s Largest Online Population [INFOGRAPHIC]

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