China and the World Map of the Internet

Uln from Chinayouren reprocesses the world map of the Internet to examine China's position and relation with the rest of the world in the Internet.

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  • […] a depiction of the ten most popular languages that are used on the web by Uln at Chinayouren  (via Oiwan Lam at Global Voices). Uln explains how he came to this idea: But when we speak of the internet, it doesn’t make much […]

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