Chinese video sharing sites like Tudou and Youku are proliferating and growing quickly.
Recent data has shown that China now has 253 million Internet users–more than any other country.

So, how are these sites kept from publishing what the government might see as inappropriate? They have internal censors, says veteran China watcher Rebecca Fannin, author of Silicon Dragon and blogger for The Huffington Post.   

Rebecca tells us that China’s technology and innovation engine is
beginning to ramp up and is becoming an investment opportunity for U.S.
venture capitalists. 

Today, David Barboza at The New York Times reports on innovation in corporate China.

I spoke with Rebecca at the AlwaysOn conference last week at
Stanford.  Before writing her book and blogging about China, she was an
editor at Advertising Age and Red Herring.

Andy Plesser, Executive Editor