The Canadian PressJanuary 14, 2014 04:46
BEIJING, China - When media studies student Liu Zhiqi settles down to watch a movie or TV drama at the home of the San Francisco family she lodges with, she misses the convenience of downloading content for free like in China.
For Liu, an on-demand streaming service such as Netflix isn't worth the $7.99 a month subscription. "As a Chinese, I am not used to paying to watch TV," said Liu, 20, from Jiangmen city in southern Guangdong province. "Instead I watch free websites."