|Foreign diplomats attend the meeting. (Xinhua/Ding Lin)|
According to a CCTV report, big data indicate that people in Asia are most concerned about China's "two sessions", and Indonesia is the country that pays more intention to the "two sessions" than others.
Big data company IZP has drawn a heat map on global attention to the "two sessions". The map shows that people in Asia account for 78 percent of the global attention to the "two sessions", followed by the Americas, Europe, Oceania, and Africa.
The data indicate that more and more young Indonesians show their concern on China's "two sessions", and the proportion increased from 35.8 percent in 2011 to 41.5 percent in 2013. "To study in China" has become a hot topic. The U.S. ranks the fourth place on the list of the top ten countries that show concerns about China's "two sessions".
Interestingly, Peru in South America breaks into the top ten list. Its proportion has increased from 15.68 percent in 2011 to 21.89 percent in 2013. A Peruvian netizen said that the export of avocado to China has made them money; they want to plant more avocado trees and get to know more demands from China.
As to the topics of the "two sessions", overseas netizens mainly focus their attention on the economic development, which is similar to the previous year. Such topics take up 18 percent of the total.
The article is edited and translated from 大数据里看两会, source: People's Daily Overseas Edition, author: 刘峣.