In 2005, Web2.0 changed the Internet.In this year, the number of Chinese Internet users exceeded 100 million...
- On July 20, Kaifu Lee Officially Became the President of Google China
- On February 19, Shanda Acquired 19.5% of Sina's Stock
- On August 5, Baidu Was Listed on NASDAQ
- On August 11, Yahoo! Payment of $1 billion for 40% Alibaba Stock Was Finalized
- On April 7, the First Conference of Chinese Personal Website Webmasters Was Held
- On October 23, China InterActive Corp acquired xiaonei
- On October 16, the
- In March, the blog of the National People's Conference of the People's Republic of China(NPC) and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) session was launched
- On January 1, the portal of The Central Government of the People's Republic of China was launched
In 2006, Internet was popularized in China. The number of netizens registered 137 million, 26 million more than the previous year...
- TOM Online was delisted on September 3
- "Photos of South China Tiger" aroused heated discussion
- Alibaba Group was listed on November 6
- China Mobile launched Fetion on June 5
- Perfect World launched the IPO in NASDAQ on July 27
The year 2007 witnessed vivid Internet development in China as many hot issues, public focuses and suspicious cases...
- October 20 –Microsoft Uses Black Screen to Fight Piracy
- November– Misconduct of Search Engines Exposed
- May 24 - the Third Telecommunications reform and 3G license
- Online Media: the Mainstream Messenger during the Wenchuan Earthquake
- June 20 - Hu Jintao talks with the public online
- June – Chinese Internet Users scale reached world’s No.1
After the boom in the past two years, the Internet industry in China was in a period of "Hibernation" in 2008...
- Qihoo 360 Technology Co. Ltd. (Qihoo 360) released the permanently free antivirus software on October 20
- The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued the Notice on the Build-in Installation of Green Filter Software for Internet Surfing on Computers on May 19
- The9 lost the dealership of World of Warcraft to NetEase in June
- The post "Jia Junpeng, your mom's calling you home for dinner" became an Internet hot post on July 16
- The Ministry of Health halted the use of electric shock to treat Internet addiction in July
After the "hibernation", the year of 2009 brought the spring to the Internet industry. In this year, Tencent overtook eBay and Yahoo...
- "Force demolition in Yihuang" was live broadcast on Weibo in September
- The fight for the domain name "kaixin" ended in October
- Zhang Chaoyang triggered the Weibo war in November
- Qihoo 360 vs. Tencent in November
- Google Search exited from Mainland China on March 23
- The real-name system was applied to online games from March 1
The year of 2010 was the most eventful year for Chinese Internet industry: from the copyright disputes among video websites and the "sales war" among group-buying websites...
- KPCB Internet Trends 2011 was released on October 8
- New rules of Taobao Mall on October 10 dissatisfied small and mid-sized sellers
- NDRC disclosed broadband investigation information on November 9
- The Cyberspace Administration of China was set up on May 4
- The first batch of third-party payment licenses were granted on May 18
- The online ticket booking system of "12306.cn" was launched on June 12
The dispute between Qihoo 360 and Tencent triggered wide discussions on the openness of the Internet...
- On March 12, Youku and Tudou Officially Merged
- On June 20, Lashou Announced the Suspension of IPO
- On July 21, Beijing Officials and Ordinary People Cooperated in Disaster Relief via Microblog
- On August 14, Liu Qiangdong Challenged Household Appliances Stores via Microblog, Thus Fully Setting off a Price War
- At the End of 2012, Cellphone Became the No.1 Internet Access Terminal
The year 2012 was a year that witnessed the explosive growth of China's mobile Internet. With the rise of smart phones, overall decline of PC sales...
- On October 24, Muddy Waters released report on going short on NQ
- On June 13, Yu'E Bao was launched
- In June, NSA PRISM Spying Scandal raised global concern
- On December 4, 4G licenses were issued
- On August 27, Alipay withdrew its offline POS
In 2013, the Internet industry ...
- On September 19, Alibaba, the world's largest e-commerce transaction platform went public on the New York Stock Exchange(NYSE)
- On July 16, Chinese President Xi Jinping made a speech on Internet Governance in the National Congress of Brazil
- On January 6, Didi Dache announced its exclusive access to WeChat
- In January, Lenovo successively acquired IBM X86 server hardware and relevant maintenance business and Motorola Mobility
- On January 30, Tencent's market value exceeded HKD1 trillion for the first time
- On January 29, MIIT issued the second batch of licenses for virtual operators
We are now at the integration...