Chinese Social Media Landscape [INFOGRAPHIC]

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So, Twitter is definitely a sensitive subject in China.

As we reported in November 2010, a Chinese bride was arrested – on her wedding day – because of something she retweeted. The Chinese authorities sentenced her to one year of hard labor to “re-educate” her.

Twitter is, in fact, completely banned in the country, as are Facebook, Google+ and YouTube (and many more).

But that doesn’t mean the people of China aren’t still very active on social media.

Here’s a look at the social media landscape in China right now:

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