“By the end of 2017, China’s internet population had reached 772 million users. That’s larger than the populations of the United States, Russia, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Canada—combined.”
—Gary Liu, CEO South China Morning Post
China’s internet is growing at a rapid pace, and with that growth there are more connections being made between urban and rural areas. In this talk, Gary Liu discusses how the internet is just beginning to change the lives of underserved populations in China, and what that means for their future—and how internet communications could change the lives of people the world over.
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