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China is home to more than 200 live-streaming platforms, which together constitute a

China is home to more than 200 live-streaming platforms, which together constitute a $1.35-billion market, according to ii Media Research, a Hong Kong-based mobile market research company.Almost half of China’s massive Internet-using population use live-streaming platforms — an estimated 235 million people.Zhang Qige, a 23-year-old woman who plays computer games and chats on her webcam, attracts hundreds of thousands of real-time viewers at once.She has more than 2 million subscribers on the website Douyu TV and an average viewership of 400,000 for each nightly show.Reforestation and bamboo planting at the Panda Center have been successful and will continue in the future.The center is located in the Gengda Xingfu Valley, the heart of the Wolong Nature Reserve and home to wild Giant Pandas.

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China is home to more than 200 live-streaming platforms, which together constitute a $1.35-billion market, according to ii Media Research, a Hong Kong-based mobile market research company.

Almost half of China’s massive Internet-using population use live-streaming platforms — an estimated 235 million people.

Zhang Qige, a 23-year-old woman who plays computer games and chats on her webcam, attracts hundreds of thousands of real-time viewers at once.

She has more than 2 million subscribers on the website Douyu TV and an average viewership of 400,000 for each nightly show.

Reforestation and bamboo planting at the Panda Center have been successful and will continue in the future.

The center is located in the Gengda Xingfu Valley, the heart of the Wolong Nature Reserve and home to wild Giant Pandas.

28, 2016 photo, online web performer Wang Weiying, 18, speaks during an interview in Beijing.

Wang has turned to one live broadcast site, Huajiao, to earn money to study abroad.

.35-billion market, according to ii Media Research, a Hong Kong-based mobile market research company.

Almost half of China’s massive Internet-using population use live-streaming platforms — an estimated 235 million people.

Zhang Qige, a 23-year-old woman who plays computer games and chats on her webcam, attracts hundreds of thousands of real-time viewers at once.

She has more than 2 million subscribers on the website Douyu TV and an average viewership of 400,000 for each nightly show.

Reforestation and bamboo planting at the Panda Center have been successful and will continue in the future.

The center is located in the Gengda Xingfu Valley, the heart of the Wolong Nature Reserve and home to wild Giant Pandas.

28, 2016 photo, online web performer Wang Weiying, 18, speaks during an interview in Beijing.

Wang has turned to one live broadcast site, Huajiao, to earn money to study abroad.

A young man in a red, flowery shirt, painted red lips and a pair of pearl earrings screams through a megaphone—about basically nothing.

This summer, a Facebook Live user in Minnesota showed the graphic aftermath of a police shooting of an African American man, sparking a wave of protests.

People in Ankara, Turkey, have used the platform and Twitter’s Periscope to live-stream a coup attempt.

Enjoy people watching LIVE from this streaming video webcam in the heart of London Chinatown on Gerrard street as locals and tourists visit London's Chinatown to shop in Chinese and Oriental Supermarkets such as the Loon Fung Supermarket as well as `eating out` Chinese and Oriental style in the many Chinese Restaurants located in Gerrard street - Chinatown in London.

There are also many Chinese souvenir shops and other Chinese-run businesses in London's Chinatown London Chinatown is also a `must visit` as a tourism location to visit when travelling to London on a business or tourist trip.

"They like me chatting with them," explained Zhang, who says she earns more than 1 million yuan a year (0,000) from her performances.

"They feel like I'm talking to them face to face." The proliferation of such shows and sites demonstrate the entrepreneurial drive of young Chinese as well as the financial potential of social media in the country, which has 668 million people online—the world's largest.

A girl complains about how a man pretended to be her friend, then stole 100,000 yuan (,000) and a Vertu luxury phone from her.

She shows photos of the bank transaction and the phone.

People Watch LIVE in Beijing - capital city of China - by viewing this streaming live Beijing Cit6y Street View People Watching Webcam in the heart of Beijing in the People Republic of China.

Great webcam view overlooking a pedestrian street in the heart of the city of Beijing - capital city of China Beijing, also Peking, is the capital of the People's Republic of China and one of the most populous cities in the world The City of Beijing is the 3rd largest in the world.

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