Sunday, August 28, 2016

A Fascinating website from China, Bilibili


One of the most thrilling things for me as an online user is finding new or interesting websites to frequent be it Goodreads or Twitter and recently came across one such website, Bilibili.

I was so impressed by it that I proceeded to look into information about the company. 

What drew me to Bilibili is not the video-oriented platform but the comments that appear directly in the videos as if floating, taken from the comments section of the videos on the site. This is pretty new and it's pretty amazing especially taking into account how the text is arranged in colors.

If you love finding websites with something new to offer then this is one site to check out. 


Bilibili
Country of Origin: China
Website: bilibili.com

Bilibili is a video sharing website themed around anime, manga, and game fandom based in China.

Other themes are present like videos of music, dancing, Science, Entertainment, movies, drama, and Fashion.

Along with that, Bilibili, provides live broadcasting and viewers can interact with the host. The founder of Bilibili is Xu Yi.

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