Youtube’s Chinese equivalents were born on hosted ripped content from overseas, such as popular western TV series and movies, and grew from humble websites into fully fledged internet companies. So popular in fact, from tapping into a massive Chinese netizen audience, that many listed on the stock markets of the US (yes, there is a certain irony). Most content nowadays is licenced, and many of the popular sites are self-producing local shows. Of course, there’s still the regular uploads of daily life and crazy antics from Chinese netizens, news bulletins, documentary, opinion, DIY videos and everything you could imagine.
Gongbiela Nature Reserve is located southwest of Heihe city, Heilongjiang province. Periglacial Landforms and the humid climate have provided the environmental basis for the development of various kinds of marshes. The wetland ecological condition is ideal for a diversity of plant and animal species to inhabit.
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