Small Cafe Makes World Available On-Line to Remote China

From VOA: “The Internet has become a fact of daily life in so much of the world, that it is easy to forget many people have yet to become familiar with its uses. In rural China, where 70 percent of Chinese people live, many have never used a computer, much less accessed the Internet. Celia Hatton visited a tiny town where a local Internet cafe is the introducing residents to the on-line world, one person at a time.”

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