A boy is seen running code at a children’s computer coding training centre in Beijing in November of last year. More young connected users across China represent an expanded pool of consumers and upcoming internet-savvy workforce for the country’s technology sector. Photo: Agence France-Presse A boy is seen running code at a children’s computer coding training centre in Beijing in November of last year. More young connected users across China represent an expanded pool of consumers and upcoming internet-savvy workforce for the country’s technology sector. Photo: Agence France-Presse
A boy is seen running code at a children’s computer coding training centre in Beijing in November of last year. More young connected users across China represent an expanded pool of consumers and upcoming internet-savvy workforce for the country’s technology sector. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Internet

Digital divide narrows between Chinese youth in urban and rural areas

  • This development expands the number of connected users in the world’s biggest internet market
  • About 93.9 per cent of young Chinese internet users preferred using a smartphone to go online

Topic |   Internet
A boy is seen running code at a children’s computer coding training centre in Beijing in November of last year. More young connected users across China represent an expanded pool of consumers and upcoming internet-savvy workforce for the country’s technology sector. Photo: Agence France-Presse A boy is seen running code at a children’s computer coding training centre in Beijing in November of last year. More young connected users across China represent an expanded pool of consumers and upcoming internet-savvy workforce for the country’s technology sector. Photo: Agence France-Presse
A boy is seen running code at a children’s computer coding training centre in Beijing in November of last year. More young connected users across China represent an expanded pool of consumers and upcoming internet-savvy workforce for the country’s technology sector. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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