There are now 10 million people in China logging onto the Internet, and that number more than doubles every year. The boom is being fueled by the emerging middle class - Chinese yuppies, or "Chuppies," with good jobs and money to spend. But unlike in the West, where the Internet affords convenience, for the Chinese it's a source of information that was completely inaccessible just a few years ago. That access is starting to have an impact on urban society. NPR's Rob Gifford reports from Beijing.