China's first foray into global cyberspace was an email (not TCP/IP based and thus technically not Internet) sent on 20 September 1987 to University of Karlsruhe.
It said "Across the Great Wall, we can reach every corner in the world" (simplified Chinese: By June 2014, there were 632 million internet users in the country and a penetration rate of 46.9%. in its global leadership in terms of installed telecommunication bandwidth in 2011.
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Most users go online to read news, to search for information, and to check their email.
They also go to BBS or web forums, find music or videos, or download files.
The interconnection between these networks is a big concern for Internet users, since Internet traffic via the global Internet is quite slow.
However, major Internet services providers are reluctant to aid rivals states that 56% of Internet users were male, and 44% were female, and expresses other data based on sixty thousand surveys.
Public Internet services are usually provided by provincial telecom companies, which sometimes are traded between networks.
Internet service providers without a nationwide network could not compete with their bandwidth provider, the telecom companies, and often run out of business.
Chinese-language infotainment web portals such as Tencent, Sina.com, Sohu, and 163are popular.