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Analysis: China has become the world's largest country of new media users

the China new media development report (2011) released by the Chinese Academy of social sciences today points out that China has become the world's largest country of new media users. In 2010, China's Internet users exceeded 450million, with nearly 900million users, and China has become the world's largest country of new media users worthy of the name. In the rapid popularization and unbalanced development pattern of global new media, China's new media has increasingly demonstrated its national character and Chinese characteristics in terms of development mode and cultural characteristics

2010 is a year of great significance in the history of new media development. New media such as Internet and continue to make rapid progress and expand globally. In the new media development pattern dominated by western countries, after more than ten years of hard work, the localization development characteristics of Chinese new media are becoming increasingly distinct, and the development path of new media with Chinese characteristics is gradually taking shape. In 2010, the number of Internet users in the world exceeded 2billion, with more than 5billion users. China's Internet users exceeded 450million, with nearly 900million users. China has become the world's largest country of new media users worthy of the name

western countries dominate the development pattern of global new media due to their absolute advantages in technology, capital and standards, resulting in the rapid popularization of global new media, but there is a serious imbalance. In 2010, the number of people per 100 people in developed countries exceeded 71.6, while that in developing countries was 21.1, lagging behind developed countries for more than 10 years. By the end of 2010, the number of products used worldwide had reached 5.282 billion, 116.1 per 100 people in developed countries and 67.6 in developing countries, less than the popularity of developed countries in 2004

2010 is a landmark year in the history of China's new media development. The number of Internet users in China this year exceeded 400million, reaching 457million at the end of the year, and more than one third of the Chinese people became citizens. The number of Chinese people has increased nearly 20 times from 22.5 million in 2000. China's Internet started relatively late, with the penetration rate of less than 1.7% in 2000. At that time, it was far less than that of developed countries (24.6%), much lower than the world average level (6.4%), and even slightly lower than that of developing countries (5). The popularity rate of the spring fatigue testing machine with simple operation of 2%. After ten years of catching up, China's Internet penetration rate reached 34.3% in 2010, 1.5 times that of 21.1% in developing countries, and the gap with developed countries in terms of penetration rate is narrowing year by year. In addition, Chinese users exceeded 800million in 2010 and reached 890million at the end of March 2011, nearly three times that of 303million users in the United States

according to the statistics of the Internet world data center in June 2010, the growth rate of Chinese speakers has reached 1277% from 2000 to 2010. At present, it is only less than English speakers (537 million). As the second largest language of the Internet, Chinese has greatly enhanced its voice on the Internet

in the fierce competition in the global Internet industry, China continued to promote 3G in 2010, and the "three convergence" has been launched. In December, 2010, Dangdang and Youku were listed on the New York Stock Exchange. In many fields of new media, such as portal stations, search engines, instant messaging, websites, e-commerce, online shopping, online forums, blogs, Weibo, mobile communications, online video, etc., national brands such as Baidu, Tencent, Alibaba, Sina, Sohu, Yi, people, Xinhua, China Mobile have grown into strong players in the new media world

in 2010, China's gross domestic product (GDP) generated a good social response, reaching US $5.88 trillion, surpassing Japan to become the second largest in the world. In the field of new media, China has also made outstanding achievements. Although there is still a big gap between China and Western countries in many aspects, such as Internet penetration and bandwidth, which are easy to cause low intensity without scraping the pot. Although China has a long way to go in the road of building a strong country with new media, China's new media has made gratifying achievements in the road of striving forward in more than 10 years, especially in the interest game with developed countries at various levels, China actively draws lessons from other countries' models rather than blindly copying others' models, Adhere to the new media development mode dominated by the government, open the introduction of western capital and commercial capital, actively introduce and develop new media technology, vigorously support the healthy and orderly development of Internet enterprises, and actively explore an effective and moderate new media management mode. China's new media said that China's plastic sealing machine has made great progress, and the national character of the exhibition is becoming more and more obvious, and the road of localization has taken shape

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