While many of us can’t imagine living without things “made in China,” the Chinese don’t seem very impressed with some of things coming out of the good ole USA. I’m most specifically talking about microblogging. Sites like Twitter have swept America by storm this year. In fact, a report from Sysomos earlier this year said that only 0.49% of Twitter users were from China, while 62.14% of Twitter’s population were Americans. The British make up the second biggest amount of users on Twitter, but they are far behind America since they only account for 7.97% of Twitterers.
While it seems no other microblogging site could beat Twitter at this time, Microsoft has launched a new microblogging service in China, hoping to beat Twitter’s success in a different country. The new service is known as MSN Juku, which Microsoft is calling a “local innovation developed by MSN China.” (more…)