The Bilibili app download page on a smartphone in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021. Bilibili has become an increasingly important platform for China’s young video-streaming users. Photo: Bloomberg The Bilibili app download page on a smartphone in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021. Bilibili has become an increasingly important platform for China’s young video-streaming users. Photo: Bloomberg
The Bilibili app download page on a smartphone in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021. Bilibili has become an increasingly important platform for China’s young video-streaming users. Photo: Bloomberg
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Anime streaming site Bilibili goes down briefly, driving China’s Gen Z crazy on other social media

  • Bilibili blamed server problems for a brief outage Tuesday night that had the platform’s young users speculating about the company on Weibo
  • The video-streaming site, known for its anime offerings, has grown in influence with China’s Gen Z internet users as it pivots to become a YouTube-like platform

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The Bilibili app download page on a smartphone in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021. Bilibili has become an increasingly important platform for China’s young video-streaming users. Photo: Bloomberg The Bilibili app download page on a smartphone in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021. Bilibili has become an increasingly important platform for China’s young video-streaming users. Photo: Bloomberg
The Bilibili app download page on a smartphone in Hong Kong on March 23, 2021. Bilibili has become an increasingly important platform for China’s young video-streaming users. Photo: Bloomberg
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