Chinese live chat cam
Initially, the feature was just for celebrities and other public figures.One woman who has made it big in China is Papi Jiang, whose real name is Jiang Yilei.Much of the content on various live streaming sites could be considered seedy, and some goes well beyond the borders of good taste.Many female broadcasters wear revealing costumes, and authorities recently cracked down after live pornographic scenes were broadcast on at least two sites.He said he spends 500-800 yuan (-120) a week purchasing virtual gifts on four or more different sites.
"I think everyone, without exception, likes to watch beautiful girls," said a 28-year-old single office worker who asked that he be identified only by his surname, Zhai.
She pulls in around 2,000 yuan (0) each month for 20 hours of broadcasts, sometimes talking into her mobile phone as she walks along the street.
"I'm dressed very cute today," she says in one broadcast, showing her pink painted and bejeweled nails to her invisible fans. In the quest to draw viewers, Wang has sometimes broadcast 100 hours a month or more.
She has more than 2 million subscribers on the website Douyu TV and an average viewership of 400,000 for each nightly show.
"They like me chatting with them," explained Zhang, who says she earns more than 1 million yuan a year (0,000) from her performances.
BEIJING (AP) — China's live-streaming sites have become a burgeoning cottage industry, offering money-making opportunities and even stardom to their mostly female hosts and an entertaining new alternative for millions of viewers to online dramas and stodgy state-controlled TV.