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Kevin Wen points to a Reuters story that reports on, which claims the biggest share of China’s blogging market with about 2 million registered users. The company set up in 2002, which provides free blogging services, says it is adding 6,000-10,000 daily. Main revenue: Advertising.

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  • Kevin,

    Will you explain to me and others why the venture capitalists are funding blogs? What is equally perplexing is that this funding is even coming from domestic (China)VCs? Sounds like the China bubble is about to burst!

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