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When the world is becoming a small village, the Chinese still want to go with their closed society and traditions. They are successful in keeping their people away from the Western open society culture. All that doesn't mean that people over there don't use cell phones, smartphones, they do, but the West is not able to penetrate or spread their liberal ideas.
The Western market lures the Chinese that their apps won't work outside their country, but the ones created by Google or other companies would work worldwide, but still, there seems to be no impact on the people. The biggest Chinese market is out of reach for most of these big Internet giant companies.
It's not only the Chinese government but its people especially young ones shows apathy to Western apps, even if provided for free, they won't use it. The people are patriotic and optimistic and happy with their localized apps. They feel that Western apps are against the development of socialism with Chinse characteristics.
Western Vs. Chinese Apps
Google – Baidu
YouTube – Tik Tok
Twitter, Snapchat – Weibo, WeChat
The New York Times – Jinri Toutiao
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