There is an ongoing concern in China about the lack of jobs available for university graduates, however for those who do manage to find a job, what kind of benefits can they expect for their years of hitting the books? Apparently, not much to begin with. Recent college graduates are looking at salary about 300 […]Continue Reading...
As seen on Kotaku [via Gamepolitics via Nielson] Online games overtake the trusty ole e-mail.Continue Reading...
The latest China Internet Network Information Centre (CNNIC) report was published in October. One part of the report which some business news sites have taken interest in, deals directly with women gamers in China. The report does not go into great detail but they note that female gamers now represent 39.8% of all users and […]Continue Reading...
A new report was released recently giving some hard data on the most popular casual online games in China, something we hear little about in our news about gaming in China. These data thus excludes a whole set of extremely popular games in China like魔兽世界/World of Warcraft. This data comes from client software that is […]Continue Reading...