China has made an ambitious and hugely controversial push to create a virtual country within its borders, with plans to establish a digital infrastructure that can enable a virtual city within its boundaries.
The country has been developing the world wide web since its internet bubble burst in 1997, and is building a vast and complex network of high-speed internet nodes, which can be used to send internet traffic across vast distances and from anywhere in the world.
China’s government has been building a huge network of nodes, but it has so far only been able to send a limited amount of internet traffic from China to other countries.
A new government plan would see it build an even larger network of internet nodes and allow internet users to move their internet traffic to China in real time.
The new network could allow millions of people to be able to access the web at once, and it could potentially create a city within the Chinese borders.
The network will be known as the China-Taiwan internet, and the country is already working on an ambitious plan to build a digital city, known as ‘WeChat.
China has been looking at the internet as a way to boost its economic growth.
Its internet bubble was a bubble, but the country’s internet infrastructure has become much more complex and expensive, and its internet users are still very poor.
The internet has been a boon to many businesses, and a growing number of companies are now using the internet to connect to each other.
But China’s internet growth has been hampered by its high-cost internet infrastructure.
In recent years, the country has seen a series of major internet disasters, including the 2011 blackout in China, which left hundreds of millions of Chinese people without internet access.
Since then, China has had a number of internet disasters that have been blamed on the countrys heavy reliance on the internet, including a severe power outage in January this year.
In August last year, China experienced its biggest internet disaster yet, with a huge blackout that affected many areas in the country, leaving millions of internet users without internet.
In the wake of the blackout, the Chinese government announced a major overhaul of the internet infrastructure, which saw more than 70 percent of the country shut down and caused thousands of people, including children, to go without internet for days.
China is also working on a new internet standard that is expected to allow the country to send its internet traffic, which has been mostly delivered via satellite, to China from other countries, like the US, where it will be delivered in chunks.
It will also be possible for China to send certain internet traffic via fibre optic cables, which will allow internet access to be faster and more reliable, but China is not yet ready to deploy fibre optic cable to the country.
The government is also pushing ahead with plans for an internet-based financial system.
The central bank is currently planning to issue new credit cards that can be traded electronically, making it easier for people to transact their money online.
A financial system in which the internet is the primary way of transferring money would help China achieve its goal of having the worlds most advanced internet infrastructure in place within five years.
The plan is still in the planning stages, and experts say that the plan may not be realised for at least another 10 years.
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