China has come a long way since the days when nothing came out of the mainland except cheap plastic goods and kitchen utensils covered in lead-based paint. China now understands the need to communicate with the rest of the world if only to be able to comprehend what it is they are being sued for by entire nations suffering illnesses caused by their defective products.
It is for this reason that China has finally decided to go global with its own worldwide web. Cwww.gloogle.com.ch is where you will find all the latest, up-to-date news about what is going on in mainland China from shopping to news of the weird. People from all over the globe can now log in and check China out from a native’s perspective.
Of course, as big as this news is, it is still pretty much a moot point since the entire cwww is written in Mandarin Chinese and less than ½ of 1% of all the people of the world, not including mainland China, which makes up roughly a big chunk of the world’s population, even speak the language
Suffice it to say that with those statistics, you may as well just resign yourself to the fact that we’re never really going to know what China has up its sleeves. Let’s just leave it as a step in the right direction. The only real thing we have going for us is that the Chinese language is made up of symbols, and if we could just crack that code, a fresh series of internet games would be opened up to us. If we’re being totally honest here, isn’t that really what this is all about?