You Best Start Learning Chinese…Now!

Posted by Greg | December 29, 2010  |  No Comment

As you’re currently reading a blog that is written in English, I’ll go ahead and assume that you speak the language. I’ll also take a wild swing and assume that you probably don’t speak Chinese. If that’s the case…I suggest you begin taking lessons, like now

The Next Web has produced a graph plotting the growth of global internet users. Chinese users are due to overtake English users in numbers within 5 years which could change the primary internet language.

China gained 36 million additional internet users last year meaning there are now over 440 million internet users in the country. English has long been the most widely used language on the internet but with Chinese Internet growth rising at the rate it is, it could be less than five years before Chinese becomes the dominant language on the internet. – The Next Web

Sources: The Next Web via Gizmodo

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