March 14, 2021

Chinese technology is advancing, but it’s a long way from global domination

By Elsa B. Kania

Elsa Kania discusses how Chinese technology firms are beginning to lead the way in certain social media areas, but they’re also coming up against cultural and manufacturing limits.

Listen to the full conversation from Future Tense.

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