Social Media In China: Statistics And Trends [, 2013] #RisingChina #SocialMedia #Infographics

The East Wind wave:

Poignant – 91% of China’s online population have social media accounts; compared to 67% in the USA. Is China ahead of the game when it comes to public sphere 2.0?

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Social Media In China – Statistics and Trends [Infographic]
Source –, published March 12, 2013

The estimated number of active social networking users in China is 597 Million. The volume of social sharing in China went up by 60% in 2012 alone.

Social Media in China: Statistics and Trends [, 2014. Data Source -, TechinAsia,,, Click to enlarge] Social Media in China: Statistics and Trends [, 2014. Data Source –, TechinAsia,,, Click to enlarge] [INFOGRAPHIC] #socialmedia #China

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Are we speaking in image?



That sounds a tad funny, but is it true?

When was the last time you read something?

Will Facebook will soon be the new (not going to say ….ahhh….Myspace…I’m in my twenties I swear).

Are words no longer capable of creating imagery?

Screw that! I don’t believe images will become our new language.

Gosh, that would make college wayyy more simpler and interesting. Yeah right, have you heard all those student complain about their art history class. “How am I suppose to remember who took that picture.” Like kido that’s a painting.

Let’s bring back the love for writing like trendy clothing stores always try to bring back neon colors back to style. (Like can you stop? I’m an introvert, no attention needed!)

Bring out the dancing lobsters! Enjoy your day.

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Entertain me- Technology


For any serious gamers or loungers I suggest that you get an iPad Air… It has had a huge make-over from the previous versions! It has gotten as light as one pound, and they have made the edges of the tablet smaller, it’s faster the look is amazing and very professional! But with such a small and light tablet it’s bound to break easier right? Wrong. The new iPad can withstand the same or a bit more than the previous versions. The only down side is that with all these great features there comes a price… Literally. The iPad can range from a price of $500-$999, but in the long run it’s worth the investment.

5-30-14–9:37 PM

I am in no way part of Apple, these are my true opinions…


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The Lomo’Instant Blows Through Crowdfunding Goal To Bring Artistic Instant Photography To The Masses

Deepak verma

Lomography makes weird cameras that take weird pictures – on purpose. The New York-based company is famous for their work at rebuilding old fixed-focus camera styles that produced photographs that were a cross between a Soviet-era crime scene snapshot and Henri Cartier-Bresson’s street photography.
May 31, 2014 at 08:31AM
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