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Published on May 21, 2008 by in

The basis to enter the Chinese market via the Internet is a good and performing website. Website design for Chinese markets and in Chinese language needs to pay attention to some cultural aspects to create a successful and appealing website. Unfortunately, adapting a website to local and cultural habits -also called website localization- is rather

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Web Trend Map 2008 released

In this year’s publication of the Web Trend Map, the Information Architects chose a Tokyo-area train map style design of the global Internet landscape and it even comes with a great clickable online version. Besides you can download in A3 format and even order a A0 copy for 50 USD. You need to be quick

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Web 2.0 players in China

Here is a complete list of the most important web 2.0 projects in China. The list was originally assembled by showeb2.0 and translated by Rick Martin. Great stuff! Social bookmarking: QQ Bookmarks, Baidu Bookmarks, Yahoo.cn My Web, 9fav.com, Chouti, LeShou.com, inu.cc, tolib.com, hemidemi.com, and Otag.cn. Video storage/sharing: Tudou.com, 56.com, Youku.com, 6 Rooms, hupu.tv, bobouni.com, Mofile.com,

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Usability of Chinese websites

Mediaman China conducted a usability test for Chinese websites with a focus on financial and bank websites. The test took place in a usability test lab in Shanghai. The websites of three Chinese banks were tested (Industrial and Commercial bank of China, Bank of China, Hua Xia Bank) and two websites from German financial institutions

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