Renren

The Renren Network (Chinese: 人人网; pinyin: Rénrénwǎng; literally "Everyone's Website"), formerly known as the Xiaonei Network (Chinese: 校内网; literally "on-campus network") is a Chinese social networking service that is dubbed as "a Chinese copy of Facebook." It has been called the Facebook of China, popular amongst college students. In February 2011, Renren made a pre-IPO announcement that it had 160 million registered users. Later, in April 2011, it had to update its statement accurately to "a total of 31 million active monthly users." Renren Inc. has its headquarters in Chaoyang District, Beijing. Renren also has offices in Shanghai and Guangzhou.
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  • Why Did China Block Duck Duck Go?

    … and web services, as well monitoring Internet access of its citizens. However, there’s also an economic impact for blocking sites like Google, Facebook, YouTube and Skype. China has it’s own companies that offer similar services. Instead of Google, there’s Baidu and Alibaba. There’s also social networking sites like Renren, video sites Tudou…

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