China and the Internet From online games, to blogs to business-to-business Web sites, the Internet has swept through China. NPR's Rob Gifford looks at the economic, social and political effects of the Internet on China, where about 90 million people are online.

Urban China Embraces Web; Rural Regions Lag

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China's Businesses Thrive on the Web

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Internet Tests Chinese Political Controls

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