I’ve been talking about the Chinese internet since early 2017.
As we’ve discussed previously, the country has a long history of censorship, but one thing that has largely remained constant is the internet.
As it turns out, China has a lot of room to grow in the next couple of years as its internet usage grows, but a lot remains to be done.
For example, the number of users on the mainland is slowly declining, as the government has begun to clamp down on illegal content.
China’s internet infrastructure is also rapidly aging, which means that its data centers will be more vulnerable to hackers, as they’re increasingly hard to hack.
In addition, the Chinese government is trying to build its own messaging app.
China has been developing its own version of the messaging app, and it’s called WeChat, which is owned by Tencent, which has a large presence in China.
WeChat has been in use since early 2014, but it’s only recently been gaining traction with users.
The app is available in English, Chinese, French, Spanish, and Japanese.
I’ve also seen reports of WeChat being blocked in the U.S., but it seems that Chinese users have no trouble using the app as well.
I’ve also heard that Chinese developers are trying to use the app to build a messaging app for the Chinese market, but I’ve not been able to confirm or deny these claims.