Apple’s new iPhone 6S has announced last week via insiders and it attracted plenty of attention from Chinese netizens.
Hong Kong is an unbelievably dense city, it has the ability to isolate you from the population of 7 million people. Javin Lau, a political studies graduate from Toronto, Canada, has taken his vision of Hong Kong and produced a breathtaking timelapse video of the city. Titled Hong Kong Is Home shows both the hectic pace of life in Hong Kong as well as the more tranquil areas.
Baidu, the well-known Chinese internet giant, has already overtaken Google as the leader in the search engine market in China. Baidu was created in 2000 as just a simple search engine, but it has now developed into a multifaceted site providing a range of online services. In terms of search queries, Baidu covers more than 80 percent of the Chinese market while Google reaches just 11 percent of market share. In 2010, Google turned its back on the Chinese market following a run-in with officials over the censorship of Google’s Chinese site (google.cn). Click-in to further examine the difference between google and the communist’s search engine …
Emily, an American girl living in Beijing, spends much of her time bike riding through the city and snapping photos with her smartphone. She uses Instagram for her photo-sharing, which she has an audience of more than 73,000 people. Emily said gaining so many followers has changed the way she uses Instagram.