With the Fifth World Internet Conference opening on Nov. 7, a photo exhibition named “100 Figures Changed by The Internet” opens in Wuzhen, east China's Zhejiang Province. Stories of 100 individuals whose life is closely related to the Internet are revealed to the world. (Photos: VCG)
Online celebrity and calligrapher Zhu Jingyi created his calligraphic style and posted one piece of work every day on his social media account, attracting many young fans online.
Han Tongke, a traffic police officer and young mother from Qingdao, eastern Shandong Province, goes on live video streaming while working on roads, to show netizens the course of law enforcement.
Jay, Charlie and Tyler from the US together started their own website in Shanghai to help foreigners shop on the Chinese e-commerce website Taobao.
Yangyang, a 23-year-old young man from the “cliff village” in Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture in southwestern Sichuan Province, climbs up the cliff ladder leading to the village, presenting his hometown to tens of thousands through live video streaming during the journey.