"1,800,000 couples fell in love here. And that number is climbing with 5,000 more every day," said Gong Haiyan, the founder of China's first matchmaking website Jiayuan.com.

Tashi Nima, "the Internet Helps Tibetans to Learn the Outside World"
Tashi Nima is the owner of an internet bar in Lhasa. He has experienced first hand the development of the internet and witnessed how it has played a role in changing people's lives there.
Blogger Tang Gaoping
Back in 2002 when 'blogs' were first introduced to China, people could hardly have believed that the cyberspace writings could change lives. The same could be said of Tang Gaoping, a physics teacher in Beichuan Middle School.
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