Here is an account of the communications services in China such as telephones, mobiles, television radio, print media and the internet.
Internet facility would be available to the media persons at media
centres enabling to efficiently cover the massive event. The
tourists could avail internet facilities in their hotel rooms.
However, if you search for a cyber café in a public place, it
wouldn't be easy to find one because internet is yet not a popular
medium of communications in China. The internet in China is
subjected to censorship.
Telephones and Mobiles
Telephones in China connect the country within and the outside
world. As for mobiles, China is the third largest market in the
world. All Olympic venues have been equipped with telephone boots.
You could also use your mobile freely. However, you have to make
sure that technology used in your mobile is compatible with that of
Public Postal Network
The public postal network has remarkably improved in the last
decade. It now boasts complete services and multiple transportation
means. Advanced methods are used for an efficient public postal
service, including optical cables, microwave networks, satellites,
program-controlled exchanges, data telecommunications and mobile
Radio & Television
The electronic media of radio and television is spread over all
parts of China. Major radio and television broadcasters and
organisations in China are China Central Television (CCTV), China
Intercontinental Communication Center, China Education Television
(CETV), China Radio International, 99g1.com.cn, Shanghai Radio,
Voice of the West Lake, NHK Radio Japan, Radio Free Asia, Beijing
People's Broadcasting Station, Beijin Music Radio, Beijing TV,
Shanghai Oriental Television, Shanghai Television, (STV), Shanghai
East Radio, Guangdong Television, Shenzhen TV, Hainan TV, Chengdu TV
Station, LiaoNing Cable TV, and Wuhan TV.
Major electronic media organizations in Hong Kong and Macau are Sun
Television Cybernetworks, Star TV, Macau STV, TVB Online, TVB Jake,
Hong Kong's Commercial Radio, RTHK, Asia Television, CETV, Radio
Television Hong Kong, Cable TV Special, and Metro Broadcast
Electronic media in China is subjected to the censorship of the
China publishes hundreds of newspapers and magazines. Major
newspapers in China are Cankao Xiaoxi, Sichuan Ribao, Gongren Ribao,
Renmin Ribao, Xinmin Wanbao, Wenhuibao, Yangcheng Wanbao, Jingji
Ribao, Jiefang Ribao, Nanfang Ribao, Nongmin Ribao, and Zhongguo
Qingnianbao. Beijing Youth News is one of the most influential
newspapers among younger Chinese audiences. Print media in China is
governed by the Press Laws.