Internet Becomes China’s Prime Entertainment


Policy Counsel
Senior Director of Federal Policy and the Washington Office


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In China, the Internet has become the country’s prime entertainment service, the New York Times reported. Web sites like China’s largest search engine Baidu (BIDU) have captured millions of Chinese youths obsessed with online games, pirated music and movies, microbloging and instant messaging.