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At Bilibili World 2020 participants dress up as figures from animations, comics and games. The video streaming site has tried to create a loyal community of fans.   © AP
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Bilibili fights for China's online audience with $2.6bn listing

Video streaming hub created for cartoon fans goes more mainstream

NIKKI SUN, Nikkei staff writer | China

HONG KONG -- Bilibili, an online streaming site best known as "China's Youtube," charges 168 yuan ($26) for an annual subscription to its premium content. For Cindy Sun -- who spent almost a quarter of last year watching videos on Bilibili -- that is a small price to pay.

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