Chinese: The New Dominant Language of the Internet

Did you know that Chinese is on track to become the most-used language on the internet?

According to Internet World Stats, there were 649,375,491 Chinese-speaking internet users in December 2013, making it second to only English, the most frequently-used language on the internet.

But experts predict English’s dominance won’t last long. Based on its fast pace of growth, within the next few years Chinese is expected to overtake English as the top language of the internet.

Check out the infographic below from The Next Web that shows the fast pace of Chinese language use on the internet, as well as the statistics for the top 10 languages of the world.

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English has long been the most widely used language on the internet, but Chinese is expected to soon overtake it as the dominant language of the internet.

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